The escalating and unprecedented superpower rivalry between the United States and China is putting pressure on countries seeking to manage relations with both sides.
Governments around the world need to make difficult choices that expand beyond the traditional security domain to areas such as trade and technology. They have to get used to dealing with China, a state with a vastly different political structure and history from the US which is still evolving its way of engaging the world.
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