Back in the 1980s, Deng Xiaoping made the remark that China-US relations must be based on mutual trust or they could not move forward. Thirty-odd years have passed, but the trust between the two countries remains somewhat elusive.
The growing aggression in Japanese economic and security strategies now places China in a pivotal situation to maintain power. As tensions rise, both Japan and China look to the United States to balance the issues and work towards resolution.
China’s middle class is expected to grow to over 600 million people by 2022. Given the already well-established market for US automobiles in China, the growth of the Middle Kingdom’s middle class will only benefit the US auto industry.
Deep within the National Security Agency, an elite, rarely discussed team of hackers and spies is targeting America’s enemies abroad.
In the past, the global ICT ecosystem was dominated by U.S. companies. Today, that dominance is crumbling. In this view, the commercial success of Huawei and ZTE would be the result of their competitive strategies. The global shift to a multipolar system marks a new era for ICTs and the way that markets emerge.
On May 21st, US-China 2022 was formally launched at the New York-based Asia Society. The event brought together experts from China and the United States to discuss potential areas for increased bilateral cooperation, the most beneficial ways forward for both countries, and projections of what can be achieved from a continued economic relationship in 2022.
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