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Survey Report: Majority of Europeans Believe U.S. in New ‘Cold War’ With China, Russia

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Most Europeans think a new cold war has been unfolding between the United States and its chief geopolitical rivals, China and Russia, a report says. The report by the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) on Wednesday and based on polling 12 European Union (EU) countries found that nearly 63 percent of EU citizens believe there is a new cold war developing between China and the US, with only 15 percent disagreeing. With regards to Russia, 59 percent of Europeans think a new cold war is emerging between Washington and Moscow. Only 16 percent disagree with the idea. The report…

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