China-US relations: What is next for the two biggest economies?

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China US Trump In this photo taken Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016, a front page of a Chinese newspaper with a photo of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and the headline “Outsider counter attack” is displayed at a newsstand in Beijing, China. China’s foreign minister on Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016 warned that ties with the U.S. will likely see new complications and that the only way to maintain a stable relationship is by respecting each other’s “core interests.” (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

On the campaign trail, Trump criticized China. He then set aside decades of diplomatic protocol, related to the One-China Policy, to speak directly to the leader of Taiwan Region.

President-elect Trump’s phone call with the leader of Taiwan was an unprecedented act that calls into question Washington’s commitment to the One-China policy.

Chinese and U.S. citizens are asking what is next for relations between the two biggest economies. So, we decided to sit down, over a cup of coffee with Professor Xie Tao, from Beijing Foreign Studies University, and began by asking him what would happen if the One-China policy was abandoned by Washington.

China-US relations: What is next for the two biggest economies?

China-US relations: What is next for the two biggest economies?

On the campaign trail, Trump criticized China. He then set aside decades of diplomatic protocol, related to the One-China Policy, to speak directly to the leader of Taiwan Region. President-elect Trump's phone call with the leader of Taiwan was an unprecedented act that calls into question Washington's commitment to the One-China policy. Chinese and U.S. citizens are asking what is next for relations between the two biggest economies. So, we decided to sit down, over a cup of coffee with Professor Xie Tao, from Beijing Foreign Studies University, and began by asking him what would happen if the One-China policy was abandoned by Washington.
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China-US trade under a Trump administration

Trump has also vowed to do away with trade agreements, which could trigger tensions with China.

CGTN’s Han Bin spoke to the Ker Gibbs, Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai.

Han Bin

Han Bin

Trump has also vowed to do away with trade agreements, which could trigger tensions with China. CGTN's Han Bin spoke to the Ker Gibbs, Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai.
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Amb. Gary Locke discusses China-US relations under Trump

CGTN’s Elaine Reyes interviewed former U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke about China-US relations under Trump.


Wang Guan on China-US relations under Trump

CGTN’s Elaine Reyes spoke with CGTN’s political correspondent Wang Guan about China-US relations under Trump.