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Blair warns against new Cold War with China

WorldNews Thursday, 25 June 2020
Blair warns against new Cold War with ChinaThe West will sometimes clash with China now that it is a major power, but it is "misleading and dangerous" to think of it as a new Cold War, Tony Blair said. A major survey of public opinion commissioned by Mr Blair's Institute for Global Change indicated a shift to a "markedly more hostile attitude" from the West towards Beijing. The former prime minister said China had "serious questions" to answer about the Covid-19 outbreak, as the YouGov survey of citizens in the UK, US, Germany and France suggested that attitudes to Beijing had hardened during the pandemic. (Tony Blair Institute for Global Change/PA) The study indicated 60% of British and French citizens viewed China as a "force for...
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