Zhao Minghao Research Fellow, Charhar Institute
Sep 30 , 2019
In a fluid negotiating environment where some issues cannot be solved through a trade deal, an interim agreement may be best for both sides. Washington should consider the idea carefully.
Jeremie Waterman President, China Center, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Sep 26 , 2019
There are significant and worrisome cracks forming in the commercial relationship between the US and China; neither party should have to resort to large-scale actions like tariffs in order to remedy their trade disputes.
- A Global Crisis in the Making: The Destruction of the Amazon Fueled by the Trade War and Meat Consumption
Mikaila Smith J.D. Candidate at the University of Chicago Law School
Sep 20 , 2019
The massive fires in the Amazon Rainforest have ignited concern and sparked debates about the main actors behind climate change. Now the question remains – are the primary countries responsible going to take the action necessary to save the planet?
He Weiwen Senior Fellow, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies
Sep 18 , 2019
High pressure from the United States hurts, but it won’t work in the long run. China doesn’t want the dispute to continue because there’s no good reason to damage two major economies and the world.
Sep 17 , 2019
Waves of customers clamoring to get into the newly opened Costco in Shanghai demonstrates the continued appetite of the Chinese market for American goods and, more fundamentally, the mutual reliance of the two markets. Neither side can afford a complete “decoupling.” The two parties should reasonably manage their disputes for the benefit of their respective economies.
Zainab Zaheer Development Consultant
Sep 13 , 2019
China and the United States have both been taking hard hits from their now 14-month trade war. How will the two countries proceed, and, more importantly, is the world truly in jeopardy now that the world’s two largest economies are faltering?
Christopher A. McNally Professor of Political Economy, Chaminade University
Sep 13 , 2019
The “art” of many small deals could yield results in the US-China economic relationship, which is so complex that it defies a one-size-fits-all solution.
Sara Hsu Visiting Scholar at Fudan University
Sep 13 , 2019
The phenomenon caused by the trade war of companies looking to relocate their operations to countries other than China is yielding more problems than solutions. With costs unexpectedly rising as a result of relocation, the trade dispute ought to be seen for what it is – an economic war on China.
Wang Huiyao Founder, Center for China & Globalization
Sep 05 , 2019
Applying maximum pressure, including labeling China as a “currency manipulator” will not sway China. If the U.S. refuses to return to the negotiation table, China has the option of seeking closer ties with other regional and international partners.
Andy Mok Senior Research Fellow, Center for China and Globalization
Sep 03 , 2019
The latest round of tariffs against China may be the blow that eventually knocks down an already wobbly American economy.