Q to the penalists
Please share your perspectives on the proposed Chinese Electronic currency. Thanks
Q to Panelist: Rather than standing on the side lines to watch this free-fall, what can be done to help both sides come back to a more constructive relationship? Is this even possible before the Nov. election in US?
I’ve read that some wet markets are back open. is that true?
In terms of China’s interests and perspective.. who would they like to see win the US election and why? For example, is it more more in their interest to see another four years of Trump for America’s decline and confrontation.. or a Biden Administration for whatever reasons? And what would you expect for US-China relations and global dynamics if we see a Biden Administration?
At the beginning of the pandemic Chinese option seemed to blame Xi for the initial poor management and many felt it would cost him control. How has that since changed?
Given these tensions what do you think the future holds for vital US imports from China - most specifically medications? Is there any danger China will shut these off?
Where was Amb Hill's article published / posted?
it was published on Foreign Affairs
how much of this Cold War is due to trump and if Biden wins can we get back to cooperation with China?
I would recommend folks to tune into this webinar next week: US China Trade & future of agriculture in the Heartland https://usheartlandchina.org/projects-events/the-way-forward-webinar-series/
Thanks for posting those links. Potential impact of a Biden win on the relationship?
yes the China bashing unfortunately will get worse this year through trump campaign and his right wing media and followers. already getting ugly on Facebook I see of my conservative friends/family 😬
Trump used Mexico as boogeyman in 2016. Now it’s China. Sad. American right wing always likes to have an enemy.