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While Global Powers Fight a Bipolar Battle, the World Is Calling for the Menu

Graphs indicatiing diverging opinions on security and trade cooperation in different countries. Via The Guardian.

As Presidents Xi and Biden meet amid calls for decoupling, a new survey reveals many countries want to work with both the United States and China in an “a la carte” way.

A new public opinion survey by Oxford University and the European Council on Foreign Relations in the U.S., China, and a group of middle powers, shows that while these powers want a closer security and human rights alignment with the U.S., but closer trade ties with China.

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