If a trade dispute is cast as a national security issue — and there can easily be a lot of overlap — a president or a country can gain a lot of legal leeway.
Even after conflicts around tariffs and other policies, the fundamental economic tensions between the U.S. and China are alive and well.
What's at stake for the U.S. economy?
In Beijing, President Donald Trump’s new threat to hike tariffs on Chinese goods has not gone over well. Stocks fell 5% in one Chinese stock exchange, 7.4% in another, and the currency tumbled. Politically, this puts Chinese leaders in a tough position. They want to end this trade war, but as we know, all politics […]
China's Made in 2025 plan is big. Should the America be worried?
China's Community Party Congress — an event that happens twice a decade — kicked off today.
American ranchers are anxious to export to the growing Chinese middle class.
The meeting was overshadowed by the U.S. missile strikes at Syria.
President Trump's talks with China will center around both countries' relation to North Korea.
China’s Foreign Ministry today welcomed President-elect Donald Trump’s choice of Iowa Governor Terry Branstad as the next ambassador to China. Branstad is a long-time friend of Chinese President Xi Jinping. And, as a farm-belt governor, he knows the value of agricultural trade with China, one of our top agricultural export markets. Last year, China imported […]