[I]n the face of nuclear blackmail from the U.S., China has not flinched and does not believe that survival depends on surrender.
[T]he results of this summit’s negotiations have only left the U.S.-China trade war temporarily teetering on the edge of a cliff.
'[F]ixating on scapegoats is apparently much easier than taking a long, hard look in the mirror.'
The direct coupling of trade policy with immigration is a drastic new step.
It is unacceptable for America to involve the rest of the world in this only to reinforce its hegemony.
[I]t is not as if Trump relies on methods or doctrines to exercise power.
[A]n escalating confrontation could leave collateral victims all over the planet.
It isn’t China’s fault that Americans can’t manage to build a modern, 5G cellular network -- it's their own fault.
Forging ahead, like we are doing now, comes at a cost. The world is once again buried in excessive debt.