The New Cold War Between China and the U.S.

The Biden administration has redirected much of its foreign policy muscle to East Asia in an effort to combat China. The shift in priorities underscores the tension in the broader conflict between the world's largest economies, creating what's essentially becoming a new Cold War with growing fights over trade, human rights, and the sovereignty of Taiwan among other issues. Stephen Yates, former deputy national security advisor in the second Bush White House, joins Cheddar Politics to discuss.
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