China Went to War a Long Time Ago, but the U.S. Didn’t (Want to) Notice


President Joseph Biden spoke with Chinese leader Xi Jinping on the phone last week. Biden’s stated objective: To establish “guardrails” for the U.S.-China relationship in order to ensure the competition between the two nations doesn’t veer into outright conflict or a shooting war. Sounds good. But it assumes Beijing sees itself as simply being in “competition” with Washington—rather than already prosecuting a multi-front, multi-discipline war against the United States. In fact, Biden’s claim that the United States is just competing with China is a de facto win for Xi on one of the battlefields—psychological warfare.   Go down the…

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