Time for China to Forge a New Strategy towards the US

An Gang
Content Type
Commentary and Analysis
Pangoal Institution
This summer thus far has greatly frustrated those in support of friendlier China-US relations. China-US trade talks recently took a turn for the worse. The Trump administration, after accusing Beijing of reneging on past trade commitments, has sought to raise tariffs to 25% on US $200 billion worth of imported Chinese goods. The Office of the US Trade Representative has proposed slapping tariffs on nearly all remaining imports from China, which are valued at approximately $300 billion. It is now soliciting public comment on the proposed list, which is expected to be issued as early as late June, following a congressional hearing.
Civil Society, Bilateral Relations, Trade Wars, Supply Chains
Political Geography
China, Asia, North America, United States of America