Consultant on international affairs to the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of the Ecuadorian Amazon (CONFENIAE) and a program affiliate of the Program on Non-Violent Sanctions and Cultural Survival (PONSACS) at Harvard University.
Ottmar Edenhofer is Director and Chief Economist of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Director of the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change, and Professor of the Economics of Climate Change at Technische Universität Berlin.
US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan may have widened the divide between the United States and China even further. But the Sino-American rivalry has been building for years, if not decades, alongside each power's evolving role in the international system.
reviews five recent books on the recent history, and worrisome future, of the Sino-American relationship.
A toxic mix of mutual distrust and rising nationalism – with Taiwan the immediate flash point – has brought Sino-American relations to their lowest point in decades. While neither China nor the United States appears to want a military conflict, we asked PS commentators whether the two powers might nonetheless stumble into one.
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