The short-term dividends of Trump’s new fiscal, trade and financial policies will gradually be exhausted, and the structural factors that limit economic growth and the negative effects of the trade war will begin to emerge.
With the ongoing trade friction between China and the United States, the Port of Los Angeles has added its voice to those calling for a negotiated settlement rather than imposing tariffs, believing the latter could halt the port’s booming business built up over the past two fiscal years.
The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2019 was signed by U.S. President Donald Trump. The act includes several Taiwan-related clauses which aim to strengthen the so-called “Taiwan’s security”, promote Taiwan-U.S. exchanges.
President Trump’s administration, by introducing tariffs against China, is directly acting to reduce the living standards of the US population.
The intention of Pompeo’s visit to Southeast Asia was to promote an Indo-Pacific strategy and accelerate its launch. However, as the key country in the Indo-Pacific region, does India move to the same beat as the United States on this strategy？
Wang Yi, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister, attended China-ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Singapore on August 2. As the rotating chairman of ASEAN and […]
The American people need to hear the truth about U.S.-China trade, instead of Trump’s charges of bad faith. Despite what the president says, trade between our nations is free and fair, and these 10 points explain why.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s imposition of trade tariffs on China has gone further than ever to establish his approach to diplomacy by means of shock effects. It is not that he is suddenly launching new ideas which had not previously been mentioned in the U.S. political debate.