Within societies, some parents’ desire to give their children an advantage will drive uneven levels of technology adoption and potential rivalry between enhanced and unenhanced people. The same types of divisions will also likely emerge on the international level.
I have worked in Africa for 30 years, and have seen what happens when the U.S. walks away, abandoning the playing field to a host of bad actors, internal and transnational. The consequences are devastating.
How will China-U.S. relations evolve in the new Trump era? Let us take a look at the three key aspects of China-U.S. relations: political, economic, and security factors.
Kent Moors is Professor in the Department of Political Science and the Graduate Center for Social and Public Policy at Duquesne University, where he is also Scholar in Residence at the Institute for Energy and the Environment. An internationally recognized expert in oil and gas policy/finance and risk assessment, Dr. Moors is also president of ASIDA, Inc, a global oil and gas consulting firm, and executive managing partner of Risk Management Associates, International, LLP, a global management advisory and training service.