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US-China Cold War creates fresh need for 'peaceful coexistence'

Challenge posed by Beijing is real but differences can be managed

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The risks inherent in the interdependence and mutual vulnerability of the U.S. and China mean they will have to accommodate each other.   © Reuters

Hanns W. Maull is a senior associate fellow at the Mercator Institute for China Studies and a senior distinguished fellow at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs and an adjunct professor of international relations at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies Europe.

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