The Australian's Paul Kelly writes that China’s targeting of Australia’s highly successful $1.1bn wine export market, the latest threat in its campaign of trade retaliation, is a small cog in the larger global revolution where the US and China are decoupling in trade and technology — the lurch into a potentially demoralising long-run confrontation. USSC non-resident senior fellow James Curran is quoted in the article.
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Professor James CurranProfessor of Modern History, University of Sydney