TikTok has become the latest Chinese company to be dragged into Washington’s technology war with Beijing. But just why does the US government believe it is unsafe and how do its actions compare to other apps operating in the current market?
In a world fighting against a common enemy, the coronavirus, we do not need another distraction that will increase the pile of deaths.
Most European countries don’t want to get involved in the middle of a new Cold War between Donald Trump and China for a couple of reasons.
There is a consensus in the U.S. that it must focus on and respond more effectively to the challenges posed by a growing China, regarding the country as its primary strategic competitor.
It is not only building a cold wall between the US and China, but also pushing the two countries into a cold war. Trump’s China strategy is simply short- sighted and un-strategic.
In line with the age-old-adage that “success often begets success”, there is a renewed sense of optimism and hope that the Phase One deal is only the beginning of an increasingly stable and cooperative trading relationship.
Trump’s “Make America Great Again” hegemonic mindset is creating an environment of increasing uncertainty all over the world.
CGTN anchor Liu Xin appeared on U.S. mainstream media again. What did she say?
Despite the fierce trade war the United States is waging against China, foreign investors maintained their investments in China, and even increased these investments and made new investments.
There is no doubt labeling China a currency manipulator has signaled a new phase in the Sino-U.S. trade dispute, one which China is more than equipped to fight.
China has not depended heavily on the U.S. for trade, but that tariffs presented the U.S. with major setbacks in its China trade.
It is wrong for Trump to believe that the imposed tariffs on China will be paid by China and that American consumers will not be affected.