The Heat: China-US relations

The Heat

US China relations 2017 The future of US-China Relations under Trump

Chinese President Xi Jinping never mentioned Donald Trump by name, but some of his message at the World Economic Forum appeared to be directed at the U.S. President-elect.
Trump, who will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on Friday, campaigned on protectionism and has raised questions about his administration’s commitment to climate change and free trade.
During his speech to the crowd at the WEF, the Chinese leader stressed how China’s development provides an opportunity for the world.

For more on China-U.S. relations, we turn to our distinguished panel.

  • Yukon Huang, senior fellow with the Asia Program at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
  • Haipei Shue, president of the National Council of Chinese Americans.
  • Nathan King, CGTN Correspondent
  • Lester Munson, fmr. staff director for the Republican Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and is currently a Vice President with BGR Group, a strategic consulting firm.

The Heat: China-US relations PT 1

The Heat: China-US relations PT 1

Chinese President Xi Jinping never mentioned Donald Trump by name, but some of his message at the World Economic Forum appeared to be directed at the U.S. President-elect. Trump, who will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on Friday, campaigned on protectionism and has raised questions about his administration’s commitment to climate change and free trade. During his speech to the crowd at the WEF, the Chinese leader stressed how China’s development provides an opportunity for the world. For more on China-U.S. relations, we turn to our distinguished panel. Yukon Huang, senior fellow with the Asia Program at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Haipei Shue, president of the National Council of Chinese Americans. Nathan King, CGTN Correspondent. Lester Munson, fmr. staff director for the Republican Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and is currently a Vice President with BGR Group, a strategic consulting firm.
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The Heat: China-US relations PT 2

The Heat: China-US relations PT 2

Chinese President Xi Jinping never mentioned Donald Trump by name, but some of his message at the World Economic Forum appeared to be directed at the U.S. President-elect. Trump, who will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on Friday, campaigned on protectionism and has raised questions about his administration’s commitment to climate change and free trade. During his speech to the crowd at the WEF, the Chinese leader stressed how China’s development provides an opportunity for the world. For more on China-U.S. relations, we turn to our distinguished panel. Yukon Huang, senior fellow with the Asia Program at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Haipei Shue, president of the National Council of Chinese Americans. Nathan King, CGTN Correspondent. Lester Munson, fmr. staff director for the Republican Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and is currently a Vice President with BGR Group, a strategic consulting firm.
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