The United States should be a lot more afraid of China than it is – The Globe and Mail
China’s Belt and Road initiative has finally, after five years of existence, made its way into mainstream North American conversation. This massive free-trade plan out of Beijing, known previously as One Belt, One Road, will affect large swaths of Asia, Eastern Europe, Africa and now even parts of the Caribbean and South America. But it has little apparent relevance for the United States, especially under the current President and his often-stated position that trade agreements, indeed the very idea of international political co-operations, are “unfair.” They’re not making America great again.

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