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Who Can Beat Trump?

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17.02.2020

WASHINGTON, DC – The US presidential election in November is the most consequential in modern history. Whether the increasingly authoritarian, vindictive, and dangerous Donald Trump wins another four years in power could define the US for a long time to come.

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    Kevin Rudd assesses the oft-heard claim that the United States and China are heading for a hard, sharp break.

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