• William Overholt


October 2023, Opinion: (from Part 1) "Most of the literature on Sino-American relations focuses on conflicting policies (for instance, over the South China Sea or intellectual property) or on characteristics of the international system (such as multipolarity, hegemony, or the Thucydides Trap). But conflicts also arise because domestic problems become internationalized." Read Via the Asia Times Link to Part 1
Part 1 - US-China trapped in a domestic problem blame game

Part 2 - Economic success morphs to security fear in China
Part 3 - US-China stuck in a cycle of tit-for-tat ironies