A trade war is the last thing that the already battered global economy needs.
The truth is that China’s economy had been in trouble even before the COVID-19 outbreak.
In Trump’s bubble, the president is still allowed, even in his fourth year in office, to talk as he did in 2015 and 2016.
We are simply repeating the failures of Silicon Valley. We have learned nothing.
The change of tactic, in essence, is necessitated by the disadvantageous position many U.S. technology companies have found themselves in after their engineers were prohibited from working with Huawei to develop 5G standards.
Countries need to share their suffering as well as their triumphs, because the fates of all countries are connected.
As the COVID-19 pandemic is rampaging across the world, some American politicians, instead of working with the rest of the world to fight the pandemic together, took advantage of the situation to undercut some countries, which is nothing but a shallow move that reveals their lack of historical and strategic vision.
It is a politically perverse move by the Trump administration ... to distract from the mess of the economic crisis.
Some ... imagine a deglobalized economy, while others ... dream of an apocalypse (or “the great collapse”) after which we will be able to invent a better world.
With the U.S. paralyzed by the pandemic, the question of whether it would come to Taiwan’s aid should China attack is even more open to debate.