What is at stake goes beyond the negative impact of the trade war between the two giants on their own economies and the world.
As long as the U.S. economy continues to grow, the damage produced by Trump's trade policy will be an irrelevant political factor.
[A]n escalating confrontation could leave collateral victims all over the planet.
The reemergence of tension between Beijing and Washington has again caused fears to surface about the health of the global economy.
Anyone who leads China and the United States to a full-on confrontation will be considered a sinner by history.
The emperor of lies is building his own coffin, and there is no shortage of hands willing to drive a nail into it.
If, as Donald Trump has said, trade wars are good and easy to win, why is the US losing the wars it initiated and losing so bigly?