As China flexes its muscles in the South China Sea, the risks of an inadvertent clash with the U.S. are growing
SHANGHAI—The last time America and China went to war—in Korea in 1950—they fought each other to a standstill.
Later that decade, as the Cold War ramped up, they came close to blows again; the Eisenhower administration repeatedly threatened “Red China” with nuclear devastation as tensions bubbled over Taiwan. Tiếp tục đọc “The Specter of an Accidental China-U. S. War”