4/25/18 Michael Klare on the Building US-Russia and US-China Tensions

by | Apr 25, 2018 | Interviews

TomDispatch’s Michael Klare returns to the show to discuss his recent article “The New Long War.” Klare explains why he thinks this Cold War will look different from the last, thanks in large part to the expanded role of China, and a lack of true geographical demarkation between the United States and Russia. Klare goes into further detail about U.S-Russia and U.S.-China relations and how tensions could continue to build, and argues that the great geo-political question of the 21st Century is: How will the United States accommodate itself to the rise of another super power?

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