[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.
Protectionism drives uncertainty, which discourages inherently elusive and reluctant investment.
In short, the U.S. economy is not thriving at the moment, and the public is not optimistic about the future.
The U.S. is running the risk that not only the Chinese, but also the Canadians, Japanese, and Europeans will free themselves from the world’s largest economy.