Donald Trump has devoted his term to drawing battle lines all over the place.
Now, regime hard-liners are gleefully rubbing their hands — Trump has put them back in the saddle.
If we look at why the U.S. waged a trade war and how China is fighting back, we can predict its future direction.
[T]he risk of a long trade war is that Trump gets exactly the opposite of what he wants.
[T]he trade war’s impact on global production networks and global supply chains will be devastating.
Brussels and Washington must again bring China to the negotiating table, and not get fooled again.