Ties between China and the US took a hit under the Trump administration, as both sides clashed on a number of issues ranging from the handling of the coronavirus pandemic to trade and technology and Hong Kong’s national security law.
Now, China is hoping to turn a page and usher in a new era in China-US ties. So how will the Biden administration respond?
Earlier I spoke with the former US Commerce Secretary and former Ambassador to China, Gary Locke. I asked him if years of tension and acrimony under Trump would change under President Joe Biden.
- Einar Tangen is a political and economic affairs commentator.
- Harlan Ullman is Chairman of the Killowen Group and Senior Advisor of the Atlantic Council.
- Yukon Huang is Senior Fellow in the Carnegie Asia Program.
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