Public-private collaboration is essential for the US to fight off rapidly evolving cybersecurity threats from the likes of China, North Korea, Russia, and Iran. Minimum cybersecurity standards across the sectors must be developed, alongside an acceptance that the issue will remain a continuous conflict and evolution of danger and defense.
The US is projecting its own crimes onto China as it uses the veil of "national interests" to conduct surveillance and attack the rest of the world. These types of accusations are nothing more than an excuse to justify Washington's flagrant sanctions on Chinese and other foreign tech companies with the intent of maintaining its global dominance.
There is a 15% chance of a US-China war before 2035, according to the Metaculus prediction community.