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Thucydides Trap

The Thucydides Trap goes something like this: When one great power threatens to displace another, war is almost always the result – but it doesn't have to be. How does this apply to the current tensions surrounding US-China bilateral relations? Are both countries trapped in a deadly spiral?

CrossTalking with Seth Cropsey and James Bradley.

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