Relations between the United States and China took a turn for the worse when former President Donald Trump was in office. He imposed trade tariffs on Chinese goods and sanctions on Chinese companies and blamed China for the coronavirus.
Foreign policy analysts expected an easing of tension under President Joe Biden. But that’s not what’s happened. Biden talks about competing with China and the country is viewed as a rival.
According to a recent poll by the Pew Research Center, 89% of Americans consider China a competitor or an enemy, and only 9% view it as a partner.
CGTN’s White House Correspondent, Nathan King, has more on that.
- Qinduo Xu is a Senior Fellow with the Pangoal Institution and Host of CGTN’s Dialogue Weekend.
- Henry Wang is the Founder and President of the Center for China and Globalization.
- Daniel Russel is the Vice President for the Asia Society Policy Institute and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs.
- Remi Piet is a Senior Partner at Embellie Advisory.
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The U.S. president will roll out more specific policy changes over the coming months and must therefore think through how his allies and partners will react, writes James Crabtree.https://t.co/c0FMLqpiw2
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