Rethinking Confidence-Building Measures Amid Geopolitical Rivalry
The US-China relationship has deteriorated over retaliatory measures each has inflicted on the other, but an under-appreciated fact is that tit-for-tat strategies contain their own solutions. However, because cooperation is not given as much weight as retaliation, confidence-building measures must be more ambitiously rethought to reverse spiralling distrust.
An article in CSCAP Regional Security Outlook by Dr Joel Ng
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