No one wants to be No. 2, or as the Chinese saying goes: two tigers cannot live on the same mountain. In a life or death situation, can China and the United States co-exist? We focus on the United States’ Cold War example of fighting against communism and the USSR.
The 30th anniversary of the fall of the Soviet Union just passed. How is the Chinese Communist Party learning about mistakes to avoid in their new fight against the United States? And how can the United States respond to the evolving threat from China? I am joined by Gregory Copley, long-time security and economic adviser to governments and an expert on China, to discuss the topic.