Looking ahead, China and US trade relations, whatever the twists and turns, will ultimately return to the track of win-win cooperation and stable growth, benefiting the two nations and contributing to the world’s economic growth as well.
Such Influences of a country should not be viewed as a judgmental threat against the interests of any particular country.
Xi described him as “someone who made important contributions to the China-U.S. friendship and relationship during his lifetime”.
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.
At the last 33rd ASEAN Meeting in November 2018, Duterte directly appealed the US to stop intervening in the South China Sea issue.
The outcome of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit (APEC) is nothing like we expected, even worse, the summit is highly influenced by the disagreements between the United States and China.
On the whole, APEC should continue to promote an open world economy and oppose protectionism and unilateralism. As a development trend, globalization has different distribution effects among different countries and groups.
Is the China doing so only for yielding to the pressure from Trump? Absolutely not.
The first China International Import Expo（CIIE）is to be held in Shanghai on November 5-10, 2018. Up to now, more than 3,000 companies in total from 138 countries and regions have already confirmed their participation, among which more than 200 are Fortune Global 500 companies and industry leaders. 81 countries have confirmed that they will put up national pavilions. The scale of the CIIE will be the largest in industry and trade expos. The high-profile of the Expo is arranged under the positioning of a first-class international expo and an important platform for China’s diplomacy. Leaders of China and other participating countries will attend the opening ceremony together. Contents of forums under the expo are substantial and informative: three parallel forums and the forum of Hongqiao international financial and economic media and think tanks will be held subsequently. China’s efforts to proactively open its market to the world The CIIE aims at boosting imports and serves as an international public good offered by China to promote economic globalization which benefits all economies. Policies favoring domestic economy, such as US President Trump’s unilateralism and protectionism based on “America First” policy is impeding the development of the global value chain. As we stand at a crossroads in the future development of globalization, China’s decision to hold its first import expo is fully representative […]
The murder of 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue on October 27 was perhaps the worst case of violence ever perpetrated against the Jewish community in the United States. This incident of anti-Semitic violence followed just a few days the incident of the pipe-bombs sent in the mail to a handful of Democratic politicians and Democratic fund-raisers, including former President Barak Obama and Vice President Joseph Biden. This outbreak of unusual violence has certainly raised the political temperature in the nation as we approach a very important mid-term election. Δ People mourn as they hold a vigil for the victims of the synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Oct. 27. John Altorfer/REUTERS Democrats immediately began to blame the up-tick in the violence on President Trump’s volatile rhetoric. The President, in turn, blamed it on the strident and perennial attacks on him by the media and by the Democrats ever since he won the Presidency. In a sense, both are correct. But the growing bitterness in the political debate and the increased violence on the streets of the nations are in fact linked to a deeper malaise, the increasing polarization and disillusionment in the body politic. The election of President Trump is a prime example of this. A majority of the electorate ignored ALL of the establishment candidates, securing for Trump first, […]
As China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) extended its footprint, launching investment projects along both the ancient Silk Road as well as across the entirety of Eurasia and Africa, Washington saw an urgent need to counter China’s projection of influence. The BUILD Act is America’s belated response to BRI.