EveningReport LIVE: In this week’s A View from Afar programme with political scientist and security intelligence expert, Paul G. Buchanan, we examine what’s going on in the latest rise in tensions between China and the USA. The Economist headlined this week’s antics as the US-China Cold War. Can nations like Australia and New Zealand escape the inevitable fallout between these two powers?
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