Both the US and China were willing to compromise to reach the first phase of their tariff agreement, but recent good news for the American president has left him emboldened, which should have Beijing worried.
If Washington continues to pursue destructive economic policies aimed at China while it battles NCP ... those very policies will significantly affect the US economy and others around the world.
There is reason to believe that the Americans have achieved some success in the development and production of ethnically specific biological weapons.
Pompeo still sees things through the lens of a CIA director and misinterprets and slanders China.
[T]he U.S. is really being unreasonable this time, making things difficult for a strong ally.
In general, it would be ideal to ease the sense of a global battle, the prospect of which has cast doubt on plans made by the Chinese leadership.
With Washington claiming it has a superior system that others should strive for, a poor message has been sent and governments may be more reluctant to follow its lead.
'[T]he U.S. ... has set a very bad example, and has really been too unkind.'
The trade agreement that China and the United States recently reached highlights the importance of these two economic superpowers internationally.
Trump’s ‘deal of the century’ will do nothing to end the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians and may instead make matters worse.