The Statue of Liberty in the Empire State, New York. Photo: Reuters

One world, two empires: Is China-US conflict inevitable?

Washington and Beijing may not admit it, but the truth is our planet, for the first time ever, is in the sway of two globally entangled empires. Does this brave new era need more ‘cold warriors’ – or an open-minded approach?

Topic |   US-China relations

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The Statue of Liberty in the Empire State, New York. Photo: Reuters
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Kerry Brown

Kerry Brown

Kerry Brown is professor of Chinese Studies and director of the Lau China Institute at King’s College, London, and an associate on Chatham House’s Asia-Pacific Programme.