The need to take a more hawkish approach toward China is one of the only issues that commands bipartisan agreement in Washington. Lately, the growing evidence of a sharp slowdown in China’s economy has opened up new lines of debate. Although there have long been signs that China is entering an age of slower growth, Washington did not expect the extent of this slowdown, and both parties and the policy community are scrambling to decide what to make of it, why it happened, and what to do about it.
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