On June 2, 2019, the State Council Information Office issued a white paper to provide acomprehensive picture of the China-U.S. economic and trade consultations, present […]
In the next few years, it is almost unlikely to expect more meaningful results in dialogue and negotiations between the US and the DPRK, and we can’t expect South Korea-DPRK reconciliation and cooperation to maintain the current momentum.
Recent crime figures from the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) further question the strength of the State Department’s decision, with gun and explosive-related crimes dropping year-on-year by 27.6 and 29 per cent respectively.
China-US relations have come to a crossroad. Is it a sustainable threat that the “world’s ruling power” is making China-US relations “worse before they get worse”? Why would a leading American geopolitical expert and educational leader feel that US-China relations “are going to get worse before they get worse”?
What worries me is that when you talk about the strategic adversaries, you’re thinking only about the negative side and what I think is we have to get people to think also at the same time about the positive side.
As the China-US trade war continues to escalate, anxiety among the US business class will rise. Fearing that their interests in China will be seriously damaged, this class will not hesitate to exert pressure on the Trump administration through various channels.
This dialogue achieved positive results in four main aspects — creating a positive atmosphere, controlling the crisis, confirming the intentions of each side and expanding cooperation.