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President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping meet business leaders at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, November 9, 2017.

We know that war with the People’s Republic of China could happen. But how might it end? Could considering better negotiating strategies inform current approaches to Beijing?

Google has announced that it will restrict Huawei’s access to its Android operating system and apps after the Trump administration blacklisted the firm. Experts discuss the ban.

This trade war is not going to bring back Rust Belt manufacturing jobs, but it might protect intellectual property.

As South Korea pursues its policy of “peace” and “co-prosperity” with its northern neighbor, defectors who wish to speak openly about the cruelty they faced in the North suddenly find themselves silenced and without official support.

Many trade experts — academics, think tank scholars, and business leaders — have amply covered the economic details and fallout from the current US-China trade battle. The focus here is on some of the political and strategic implications for the United States and China.

Is China’s top-down political economy really equal or superior to America’s market economy in sustaining an ecology of entrepreneurship, imagination, creativity, and dynamism?

While Washington has been focused on the US-China trade war, there are also points of security conflict between the US and China around the world. Experts discuss US-China relations.

US-China trade talks concluded last week without a deal. Experts discuss whether the countries can reach an agreement in the months ahead.

Corrections of four important missteps in the US-China trade debate.

US-China trade talks ended last week without a deal. Experts discuss the United States’ tactic of escalating tariffs.

The Trump administration has leveled 25% tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods. Experts discuss the chances of a trade deal this week.

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