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    White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon publicly announced that the US is now engaged in "economic war" with China and that this confrontation may determine which of the two countries becomes the world hegemon.

    Crouching Eagle, Hidden Dragon

    This revelation, made by such high-ranking official to boot, may signal that the US now faces "a serious challenge to its leadership, both political and economic."

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