Will A New Cold War Emerge Between US And China? | Insight | Full Episode

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    The simmering tensions between the US and China have reached a boiling point during the coronavirus pandemic. In rapidly evolving global dynamics, the Trump administration officially pulled the plug on US funding of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) criticising the organisation for being too friendly with China and for providing cover for Beijing in the wake of its mishandling of the COVID-19 outbreak. As the two largest economies of the world get openly hostile and indulge in a war of words, what’s at stake goes beyond implications to trade dispute. Will the confrontational policy of the US towards China continue beyond the US Presidential election in November? Could this be the beginning of a new Cold War? Are the US-China relations edging to a point of no return?

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Darko Vignjevic
Darko Vignjevic

Every country has a domestic security law, so does the US and EU countries etc. and they pretty much have the same provisions (US is way more strict). I do not see what is such a big deal except for it not allowing anyone from the outside from meddling in domestic affairs.

Vor 2 years
GazingMe
GazingMe

That's why I love to watch CNA insider. Cz they know which topic to choose. Please CNA wish to see more on China USA relations

Vor 2 years
Yifan Tian
Yifan Tian

It is amazing to see that how different the mind of these two part of world has become. No part believes they are wrong. Because everyone is fighting for their benefits. If the US fights for their benefits in South China Sea. Why China couldn’t fight for it?

Vor 2 years
Doug InOrlando
Doug InOrlando

We live in interesting times. The key question in a new cold war is which countries line up on which sides, which countries remain neutral ... and what forces will be applied to every nation. My guess is S Korea will be the biggest piece of the puzzle. China and US will both apply the carrot and stick. China may offer to help S Korea reunite with N Korea in an amiable way. And there are many huge economic carrots and sticks no matter which way S Korea turns. Countries fortunate enough to escape being locked into outside controlling superpower dominance will be hard but the least dangerous option .... i.e. Fence sitters doing a balancing act playing the superpowers off against each other while being courted by each.

Vor year
khoonkeat
khoonkeat

Unless CNA maintain some neutrality and produced a balanced documentary, it risked becoming irrelevant. It is tremendously important for Singapore to be seen as not taking side in this zero sum game played by big countries.

Vor 2 years
Eric Jia
Eric Jia

This is indeed the Second Cold War and this time the term "Second Cold War" should be FORMALLY used as an era rather than an informal term, and the Cold War between the US and USSR in the 20th century should be renamed from "Cold War" to "First Cold War"

Vor 2 years
fire works
fire works

A new cold war already emerged.

Vor 2 years
Waldfee
Waldfee

The Russians must be so happy to give away the "Bad Guy" Tag. Right now it is like vacation for them. Getting a Label and put into Boxes is what we all love. 😉

Vor 2 years
Last Hearth
Last Hearth

"I think unfortunately, one country two systems is now over"

Vor 2 years
Pink Lemonade
Pink Lemonade

Recently China also won the UN vote on Iran! With vastly more nations supporting Iran and China, than the US. And NATO is now almost on the brink of war internally.

Vor 2 years
Sofjan L
Sofjan L

copied from K C Koay

Vor 2 years
Jeffrey Wright
Jeffrey Wright

Through time.shift all business to other countries as will our own 🇺🇸.

Vor 2 years
Sandeep Singh
Sandeep Singh

Among thousands of parties in the world, CCP is neither the best party nor the worst one. For example, it is absolutely better than US Republican or Democratic Party. From Middle East, Asia, Africa to South America, CCP China brings construction and economic development there, but Republican or Democratic US brings their VALUES and war fires there.

Vor 2 years
Ditsy Girl
Ditsy Girl

Can US turn it’s back on China’s cheap manufacture? It’s going to cost them more to switch to another country like India or Vietnam even if these countries are economically cheaper than China in the Long run with training cost increase and dire need for more skilled workers.

Vor 2 years
Eric Jia
Eric Jia

In

Vor 2 years
Ronaldow j
Ronaldow j

WHAT! the cold war already started🧐

Vor 2 years
Sofjan L
Sofjan L

A London based poll has shown the world that majority of Hong Kong residents perceive US to be more of a threat to Hong Kong than China contrary to the rubbish everyone sees in any western rubbish media. This poll was done by an independent UK based firm. And also what it included was the opinions of those who voted in this poll, & again the majority stated that Hong Kong's future lies with China, that Hong Kong will prosper under under China. This isn't fake, or propaganda, this was done by a UK based independent firm.

Vor 2 years
NBA Youngboy
NBA Youngboy

Russia “grabs popcorns 🍿 “

Vor 2 years
funnenjoylife
funnenjoylife

acrually way back 1970's all aranded shoes like nike, adidas, puma, winter coats, all apparells are made in America or Made in Canada. prices for nike 25$ at least not made in China cheap made easily ripped.

Vor 2 years
Deep Fried Mars Bars
Deep Fried Mars Bars

already happened. it's just colder

Vor 2 years

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