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Chinese media coverage of the trade war turned nationalistic over the last week. References to national dignity and the willingness of the Chinese people to suffer any burden in the confrontation with the U.S. underscore how bad the situation has become.  https://lat.ms/2QfEWFo 

Xi has indicated that Chinese authorities are preparing for a long trade war and increasing military and geopolitical rivalry between the world’s two largest economies. U.S.-China relations have changed fundamentally, and there is probably no going back.  https://lat.ms/2YkZEXk 

Chinese state media coverage of the trade war had long been restrained in its criticism of the United States in hopes of not aggravating the fraying relationship. That is no longer the case.  https://lat.ms/2QfEWFo 

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