A remaking of the Cold War?

The recent G20 in Bali, Indonesia, was a long-awaited summit, involving in first person the two leaders of the World’s uncontested superpowers. The simple fact that such a face-to-face meeting between US President Biden and the Chinese leader raised high emotional hopes is a confirmation of the miserable status of the relationships between the two countries. After years of tensions, reactions, counter-reactions, these relationships are now on the brink of a dangerous collapse. Not to speak of the fact that the World’s two largest economies are already at war – a war fought, for the moment luckily, by means different from those currently employed by Vladimir Putin. But nonetheless, a crude war which aims at containing the opponent economically and technologically.


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