India, itself a victim of subsidized Chinese exports, has been quietly supportive of U.S. efforts to constrain China’s predatory economic practices.
We hope the implementation of the phase one agreement will be smooth as it can stimulate the two countries' further trade consultations and help ease overall China-US relations.
Donald Trump’s administration sought Chinese cooperation on the North Korean problem by incorporating it into trade issues.
America turned to direct talks with North Korea, excluding China. China made a comeback by using economic assistance as leverage.
In reality, North Korean-American talks broke down, and [Read more]
[A]ccording to unnamed sources quoted in the U.S. media, this was ... merely an attempt by Trump to prevent stock markets from falling.
When the Fed locked horns with the president before Christmas, it was clear who would be the winner.
Trump would prefer a vase, but knowing Kim, who loves toying with some military hardware, a nuclear capable missile cannot be ruled out.
President Trump is especially interested in selling the agreement as fantastic because it could ... [help] him win reelection.
The ‘phase one’ deal is far from solving all the issues on the table, but given that such a move seemed improbable not so long ago, it is a significant achievement.
Mr. Trump’s immigration policies have disrupted the reforms engineered by Republican Presidents Reagan and Bush and Democrats Clinton and Obama.