China is flexing its muscles in the China Sea, building military bases on various islands. It is entering trade and political agreements with nations in Asia and Africa to create a political alliance similar to what NATO is.
I don't think they are going to go to physical war. Both want to improve the standard of living for their populations to keep the peace internally, and war is contrary to that goal. Furthermore, both nations are fighting Muslim terrorists in their midst. No point in fighting each other when they are both fighting a common foe.
It is more likely to be a cold war like the USSR and United States did from World War 2 to the 1980s. It will involve a space race and military shows of dominance but not conventional war.
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