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Vladimir Putin might be a 19th-century statesmen, using old-fashioned muscle to get his way, but it has become clear that Chinese President Xi Jinping goes one step further, comfortably embracing both 19th- and 21st-century tactics.This implies that Washington, as an outside power, should not play a major role in the continent's affairs.The U.S. Justice Department filed formal charges against five officials in the Chinese military and detailed the economic espionage that they have allegedly conducted against American companies over the last eight years. The action is unprecedented, especially since these officials are never going to be arrested – and will probably never leave China anyway.Some experts believe that the scale of China's cyber espionage is off the charts.The U.S. will spend around $1 trillion developing the F-35 fighter, which will be its most advanced weapon system.Washington knows how to work its way in that world with its own alliances and initiatives.
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