US-China Relations

China’s Stance on the Trade War

October 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Shirley Wang “America is governed by Americans,” said President Trump at the UN General Assembly in September, reiterating the absolute sovereignty of his America. “We reject the ideology of globalism and accept the doctrine of patriotism.” Starting in January 2018, under the ideal notion of “America First,” …

Even if Donald Trump had not been elected, the world would probably be experiencing a greater risk of great-power conflict due to a variety of pressures (China’s rise, Russia’s adventurism, America’s fear of decline), but with his ascension to the presidency the risk is increasing. …

With Prof. Robert Ross and Duncan McFarland “Competitive Interdependence” defines U.S.-Chinese relations. The Pentagon has identified China as is primary “near-peer” competitor in the 21st century, and even as the two powers share many interests (economic, climate, Islamist challenges and more,) the two nations are …