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Economic and diplomatic power is not a substitute for military strength | Real Clear Defense

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Just a few days before the inauguration, the U.S. political discourse has been given a distinct focus after the chaos in Washington. With this, Bidden is set to face a lot of political issues, including the political war between China and the U.S, which he has recognized and has planned for multilateral cooperation with the U.S.’ traditional partners. The said partnership aims to leverage their combined strength in protecting their mutual interests through diplomatic and economic measures.

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