Over the past year, China has been moving aggressively to secure a leading role on the global stage. Its assertiveness was on display most recently in Hong Kong, where a new law tightened Beijing's control over the semiautonomous city. China's influence has grown at the United Nations, part of an effort to overturn the norms of the U.S.-led world order. China also has strengthened its grip on the South China Sea, ramped up efforts to intimidate Taiwan, bloodied Indian troops along the disputed Himalayan border and waged a public relations offensive during the coronavirus pandemic that portrays itself as a model to emulate. An alarmed United States and other advanced democracies are challenging Beijing's territorial claims and trying to prevent China from dominating new technologies ...

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