Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger meets China’s President Xi Jinping in Beijing in 2018. In an interview with a German newspaper this week, Kissinger said public opinion had become convinced that China was “an inherent enemy”. Photo: AFP Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger meets China’s President Xi Jinping in Beijing in 2018. In an interview with a German newspaper this week, Kissinger said public opinion had become convinced that China was “an inherent enemy”. Photo: AFP
Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger meets China’s President Xi Jinping in Beijing in 2018. In an interview with a German newspaper this week, Kissinger said public opinion had become convinced that China was “an inherent enemy”. Photo: AFP

Kissinger warns China and US to guard against all-out artificial intelligence conflict

  • Former US secretary of state says the US must maintain high performance in artificial intelligence
  • Kissinger tells German newspaper those believing China’s foreign policy must be confronted at all levels will generate ‘a maximum of resistance’

Topic |   US-China relations
Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger meets China’s President Xi Jinping in Beijing in 2018. In an interview with a German newspaper this week, Kissinger said public opinion had become convinced that China was “an inherent enemy”. Photo: AFP Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger meets China’s President Xi Jinping in Beijing in 2018. In an interview with a German newspaper this week, Kissinger said public opinion had become convinced that China was “an inherent enemy”. Photo: AFP
Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger meets China’s President Xi Jinping in Beijing in 2018. In an interview with a German newspaper this week, Kissinger said public opinion had become convinced that China was “an inherent enemy”. Photo: AFP
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