Sino-US Relations Restores 中美关系修复 (30%)
US and China Eventually Find Ways to Work Together Despite Their Differences
US and China continue their Cold War-style tit-for-tats which disrupt global trades and economic activities for a few more months. After both sides have done their share of “sabre-rattling” in response to domestic political pressure, policymakers begin the hard work of finding a way to restore win-win policies in a climate more favorable to global trades and economic activities.
US-China Sabre-Rattling 中美剑拔弩张 (40%)
Continued Sabre-Rattling yet Short of Open Conflicts
US-China in constant Cold War-style tit-for-tats that disrupt trades and economic activities. Although none of the conflicts evolve into sustained open conflicts between the two sides or their allies, neither side is backing down from current policies that do little to restore global trades and economic activities.
Sino-US Relations Deteriorates 中美关系趋于恶化 (30%)
Deterioration into Open Conflicts between the Two Powers
US-China relations deteriorate into their worst state in 40 years after allies from two sides engage in proxy military conflicts at multiple global flash points (e.g. Taiwan Straits, South-China Sea, Himalayas, Iran), resulting in constant Cold War-style tit-for-tats that disrupt global trades and economic activities.
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