It isn’t China’s fault that Americans can’t manage to build a modern, 5G cellular network -- it's their own fault.
One can feel that Trump thinks with the premise that America is just an ordinary country rather than the superpower.
To reconcile the structural differences of Chinese and American ideologies, trust needs to be built over a long period of time.
The U.S. does not know how to adapt to this new period of its global and regional strategic capacity, and the political world of 2014 resembles more a kaleidoscope of shifting forms and powers than a rigid chess board.
Under Mr. Obama, everyone has loved to complain about Washington, but few have been willing to shoulder their share of the costs.