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It’s like a friendship or a marriage where you are actually trying to see the other in the worst possible light. [Trump's speech on NATO] did not go down well in Europe. In many ways, it was hugely problematic.
I don't believe this is a redistribution of cards with a new international order under the banner of China and the EU. The Sino-American relationship is a strategic partnership as well as a very competitive relationship—it's not going to go away.