US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and some House members on Wednesday met Hong Kong's extreme opposition, including Joshua Wong Chi-fung and Denise Ho Wan-see. Pelosi and the House members touted Hong Kong's protests and expressed their support for the Hong Kong protesters' demands, including so-called universal suffrage. [Read more]
The U.S. needs politicians and academics with a broader strategic vision and greater insight and responsibility.
HONG KONG, July 10 (Xinhua) -- A high-level international forum on U.S.-China economic relations concluded here Wednesday with calls for continued collaboration between the world's top two economies to proceed with trade negotiations and realize win-win progress.
U.S., CHINA NEED EACH OTHER
"The United States and [Read more]
Since the appearance of President-elect Donald Trump, tensions between China and the U.S. have been climbing. Following the U.S. government’s refusal to recognize China’s “market economy” status within the World Trade Organization, Trump has tried to disturb the 1937 “One China” policy by speaking with Tsai [Read more]
In the current state, the global economy faces new risks, and the China-U.S. relationship is filled with uncertainty.
Concerns over a potential full-scale trade war between the two countries continue to grow.
<i>Beijing gave off the outward appearance of Trump’s election not being important – but elites are utterly shaken.</i>
The whole world switched to crisis mode because of the U.S. presidential election. Only China gave off the appearance of being unconcerned – just like normal, as if the election results [Read more]
Many politicians are purposefully looking for a scapegoat for America’s mess, so China is seen as the instigator of American problems and as America’s challenger.
Establishing mutual trust between China and America is a critical and long-term task.
Cooperation or antagonism: Where will America and China's relationship go from here? That is the question the Group of Twenty summit made us consider.
At the G20 summit in Hangzhou, President Obama met and talked with Xi Jinping, the Chinese head of state.
The conference was the world's last look at a frank [Read more]