Episode: Gordon G. Chang | How We Can Stop China


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Gordon G. Chang | How We Can Stop China
Charlie welcomes one of the world’s foremost experts on China and author of “The Coming Collapse of China” and “The Great U.S.-China Tech War,” Gordon G. Change, to take stock of how we arrived at the present moment with the CCP, and to predict where the relationship is going next. The two examine the house of cards that is China’s economy, it's banking system, and its currency, and how the U.S. and its allies can put a stop to the dangerous, expansionist ambitions of America’s greatest geopolitical enemy.

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