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If those who predict an ideological cold war are correct, then we stand at the dawn of an open, intense clash between the United States and China over democracy, human rights, and the rule of law. Should Donald Trump make an improbable comeback and win reelection in November, the US side is bound to remain incoherent and unable to rally other countries behind it. Since he became president in January 2017, the US vision has been blurred; policies have remained muddled. The only way to make sense of the values clash ahead is to assume a new US leader.

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