This summer’s 68-vote Senate margin in support of the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act seemed to show that despite rampant partisanship, Congress could at least come together to confront the threat posed by China’s rise.
“It’s not so much that things are withering or falling apart,” said Hannah Kelley, a researcher at the Center for a New American Security. “It’s more that we’re falling into familiar patterns, and it’s sort of losing steam in that way.”
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