Despite broad agreement in the United States over unfair trade policies emanating from Beijing, the tactics President Trump and his team have pursued to change China’s behavior have done more harm than good for American farmers, workers, pensioners, and business owners.
Economist and professor Yiping Huang joins David Dollar on the Dollar and Sense podcast to discuss the drivers of China's economic growth, China’s perspective on growing trade tensions with the United States, and more.
Peace has prevailed across East Asia throughout the past four decades, a period that has seen exceptional economic growth in every country except for North Korea. What has changed to foster fear that the East Asian peace may be ending?
No consensus on the bipartisan consensus? In the latest episode of the popular Sinica podcast, Ryan Hass sat down with host Kaiser Kuo to discuss the divergence in U.S. views on China and suggest a way forward for American policymakers.
Xi Jinping's multiple personae on display. The ongoing U.S.-China trade war has underscored Chinese President Xi Jinping's ability to adapt to the demands of his surroundings. An article in the Asia Times heavily cited a recent report by Cheng Li and Diana Liang, explaining how Xi has steadily sought to recast his image at home as political circumstances evolve.
Trump-Xi relationship unlikely to stabilize U.S.-China relations. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times ahead of the Trump-Xi meeting on the sidelines of the G-20 in Osaka, David Dollar said that Xi is a "long-term political operator," placing China's interests above all else. "I’m skeptical that any foreign leader builds a real personal relationship with him."
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