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”?
Since the beginning of the 1980s, two different economic systems coexisted in China, which has led to regional imbalances and ideological disputes within the CPC.
Is this a new contest of wills between Australia and China in the Oceania region? Or might it be possible for the two most important partners for the South Pacific to collaborate and help address the serious development needs of the island nations?
Now, many African countries are using China’s experience to establish their own economic zones, which are set to bring in the development that the African continent has dreamed of.
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.