The Trump administration has reached the peak of perfection when it comes to passing the buck. They unscrupulously blame other countries and act like they are innocent and righteous.
As the U.S. bangs the so-called decoupling drum, this could cause tension in terms of politics, but it is an impossible mission economically. If anything, the China-U.S. economic bond could become tighter.
He believes that the U.S. is better off having a functional relationship with China.
According to data from Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, global novel coronavirus cases topped 4.9 million on Wednesday. As of press time, the U.S. has reported over 1.5 million cases with more than 91,900 deaths.
China-U.S. relations are worsening amid the pandemic, while India and the U.S. have seen tighter relations.
The 73rd World Health Assembly conference that started Monday will discuss a proposal of the EU to investigate the novel coronavirus' origin. The media reported that 62 countries, including EU member countries, have backed the proposal.
In a way, the U.S. military’s high-profile announcement that over half of its carriers are back to the sea is to enhance its presence at this critical moment, eager to demonstrate its show of force in the Pacific Ocean.
Tardy response, ignorance of science and poor nationwide coordination have been the problematic performance of the U.S. administration on anti-epidemic efforts.
China-U.S. relations are at their worst point in the past 40 years because of this. The Trump administration is largely to blame.