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To constructively engage China, start with infrastructure

Confrontation will only damage Beijing's and Washington's long-term interests

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Antony Blinken speaks at George Washington University on May 26: A major step forward past the purely confrontational posture.   © AP

Sadek Wahba is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Wilson Center's global advisory council. He is chairman of private equity group I Squared Capital.

The framework for the Biden administration's long-awaited China policy announced by Secretary of State Antony Blinken last month can be summed as follows: "Invest, align, compete."

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