Why a US-China war is unlikely in 2022

Why a US-China War Is Unlikely in 2022 | GZERO World

The US may not have its political house in order right now, but neither does China. And that reality, explains Ian Bremmer, is what will prevent any cold or hot war between the world's two most powerful nations in 2022.

China faces several problems. Its economic engine is running out of gas, its population is aging, and its debt is out of control.


Xi Jinping will continue to stand up for Beijing’s interests at home and abroad, but his internal reform plans will demand Xi's undivided attention.

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