Power: The rise of China will change global relationships

In the US there is broad agreement between Democrats and Republicans to push China to alter its unfair trade and economic policies, according to former US ambassador to the UN Samantha Power

11th November, 2018
Samantha Power addressed the Institute of International and European Affairs last week Fennells

The rise of China as a superpower will have a major impact on the world, according to Samantha Power, the former US ambassador to the UN.

“China’s rise will impact every facet of international relations for the foreseeable future,” she said.

In the US there is broad agreement between Democrats and Republicans to push China to alter its unfair trade and economic policies, according to Power, who was speaking at an...

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