Bipartisanship Is Dead. Except on China.
In part, no doubt, the consensus on China reflects a far-reaching reassessment of the global balance of power by the American political elite, based on their careful study of the subject. They have read Rush Doshi’s The Long Game. They have marked Elbridge Colby’s Strategy of Denial. They have learned from Graham Allison’s Destined for War. And they have inwardly digested Chris Miller’s Chip War.