California is caught between two authoritarian regimes. One is headquartered in Beijing; the other is taking power in Washington, D.C. But they have much in common. Both regimes are captained by swaggering men, President-elect Donald Trump in U.S. and President Xi Jinping in China.
California is caught between two authoritarian regimes. One is headquartered in Beijing; the other is taking power in Washington, D.C. But they have much in common. Both regimes are captained by swaggering men, President-elect Donald Trump in U.S. and President Xi Jinping in China. Pablo Martinez Monsivais and Luis Hidalgo Associated Press photos
California is caught between two authoritarian regimes. One is headquartered in Beijing; the other is taking power in Washington, D.C. But they have much in common. Both regimes are captained by swaggering men, President-elect Donald Trump in U.S. and President Xi Jinping in China. Pablo Martinez Monsivais and Luis Hidalgo Associated Press photos

Viewpoints

How California can survive the U.S.-China war

December 21, 2016 5:52 PM

Comments

Videos