China, US tensions unlikely to ease but they could maintain ‘a hot peace’, foreign policy adviser says

Domestic politics is likely to push Beijing and Washington towards more confrontation this year and it will be difficult to ease tensions, according to a senior Chinese foreign policy adviser.But Wang Jisi, who is also president of the Institute of International and Strategic Studies at Peking University, said the two nations could still maintain “a hot peace” – meaning that there may be heated exchanges and rivalry but they would not escalate the situation.“The domestic agendas of the United…


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