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The U.S.-China Trade War Has Become a Cold War

Yukon Huang | Carnegie Endowment for International Peace | 09/16/2022

What began as a trade war over China’s unfair economic policies has now evolved into a so-called cold war propelled by differing ideologies. U.S.-China bilateral relations took a nosedive in…

Who Is Winning the Trade War?

Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg | Project Syndicate | 01/20/2022

As the Sino-American trade war approaches its fourth year, there is am...

Trump’s Trade War Was an Economic and Political Loss

Robert Krol | Discourse | 12/08/2021

The Biden administration should change course and embrace a more open...

A coming clash over Hong Kong sanctions?

Jeffrey J. Schott | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 08/17/2021

US sanctions and Chinese countermeasures ...

Tariffs and the Trade Balance: How Trump Validated His Critics

Benn Steil and Benjamin Della Rocca | Council on Foreign Relations | 04/21/2021

Before Donald Trump...

What Will the Biden Administration Mean for Southeast Asia?

Joshua Kurlantzick | World Politics Review | 11/30/2020

Although President Donald Trump has not conced...


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