Us-China Relations

The United States and China are on a collision course. Or so say the authors of the controversial new book, The Coming Conflict With China. Join Ray Suarez for a conversation with co-authors Richard Bernstein and Ross Munro. They argue that China will be America's biggest global rival in the decades ahead. A look at the future of US-China relations, after Deng on Talk of the Nation, from NPR News. Guests: Mary Kay Magistad NPR foreign correspondent Richard Bernstein Co-author, The Coming Conflict With China (Knopf, 1997) New York Times Book Critic, 1982-present Beijing Bureau Chief, Time Magazine, 1980-1982 Ross Munro Co-author, The Coming Conflict With China (Knopf, 1997) Director, The Asia Program at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia, PA Former Beijing Bureau Chief, Toronto Globe and Mail Listeners call in



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