No Cold War redux for ‘frenemies’ US, ChinaIan Bremmer, Ph.D
By Nikkei Washington (original source Nikkei Asian Review)
“We live in a “G-Zero” world, marked by a shifting, uncertain global order and “geopolitical creative destruction,” says Ian Bremmer, a prominent U.S. political scientist.
Though this unstable environment generates more risk, the U.S. is in no hurry to change the status quo because its strong currency and large, solid economy make it a “safe harbor” for global investment and education, says Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group, a political risk research and consulting company. The Nikkei recently spoke with him about terrorism, U.S.-Chinese relations and America’s role in a world in flux.”
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