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The Great Decoupling
Don’t Call It a Trade War

What’s happening between the United States and China is far bigger than a mere trade dispute. It’s the first step in the long march to a new world order.

Published on: August 13, 2019
Irwin Stelzer is director of economic policy studies at the Hudson Institute and U.S. economic and political correspondent for the Sunday Times (London). Portions of this essay originally appeared in that paper.
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