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Toll of trade? Salvatore Babones, Prof in Sociology and Social Policy at University of Sydney

One of the most cited Chinese fables these days is the one about two tigers clashing and a monkey up a tree hoping to reap the benefits. As promising as it may be for those watching China and the United States clash over technological hegemony, is it realistic to expect that the stand-off between the world’s largest economies will not engulf us all? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Salvatore Babones, Associate Professor in Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Sydney.


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