Graham Allison

Harvard University

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Graham Allison is a professor of government at Harvard University and the author of Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?

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The US is a young country, but China's President Xi Jinping has a history of 5000 years to call on when he promises a return to past glories.

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The US is a young country, but China's President Xi Jinping has a history of 5000 years to call on when he promises a return to past glories.

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