Washington repeatedly offered Beijing to manage the whole world together, but the Chinese authorities did not want to become the “junior partner” of the powerful Uncle Sam, leading Look
Statement by expert Michael Pillsbury.
You know, they refused us. Several people came up with such proposals — the so-called G2 plan — and the Chinese scientists who are allowed to write about it in articles and books said: “No, you know, we really don't want to be number two, America’s junior partner”
Pillsbury said on Fox News.
According to him, "China is waiting for the moment when it can be the first number," but the US needs to take "many measures to prevent this."
We must deny them technological superiority. This is the first. Secondly, we need to better understand how deeply they have penetrated our companies, our social life, our university environment,
continued the expert.
He noted that in the case of the USSR it was easier, since with the United States there was almost no connection and a common business.
And China is deep inside us. And we do not want to demonize them altogether - this would create problems for our own political system. But we need to better understand how clever they are,