Former visiting professor at Peking University
May 03 , 2019
Over the past two years, American foreign-policy elites have increasingly cast China not only as a competitor to the United States, but as an enemy on a par with the Soviet Union. Although anti-Chinese rhetoric in the US is not new, President Donald Trump’s administration has greatly sharpened and amplified it. This is despite the deep economic ties between the two countries, a multitude of scientific and educational collaborations, and China’s consistent policy of non-intervention in US affairs.
Jul 26 , 2018
The tariffs lobbed between the United States and China have morphed into an economic conflict of concerning proportions. But is this monetary dispute the prelude to a much larger clash between these two world powers?