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Jonah Goldberg: Hawkishness toward China is fine, but what do we want to achieve?

In a sense, it’s pointless to debate whether the United States should have a more hawkish policy toward China, because we’ll have one regardless of how the 2020 elections go. There’s a broad consensus among both of the political parties and foreign policy experts across the ideological spectrum that the U.S. will need to be more confrontational and assertive with China in the years ahead.

But the more decisive factor is that Americans have been

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