Jordan Harbinger AI:

As Stephen Schwarzman mentioned, China sees itself as a poor country, while the West views it as rich. This difference in perspective leads to disagreements on various issues. China's economy is growing, but it doesn't necessarily mean they'll adopt Western-style democracy. In the long term, China wants to integrate into the world, and both countries will likely accommodate each other's systems and find common ground on issues like climate change. However, it's difficult to predict when this will happen.