It will be very difficult for President Obama to influence China on trade – mainly because trade isn’t viewed the same way in China as it is here. The President says he wants to “rebalance” the economic relationship between China and the United States as part of his plan to restart the American jobs machine. … Continue reading »
Of course he does, but does he know what he wants?
Climate, trade, human rights. Are these really the most important issues in the Sino-American relationship today? I don’t think so, and I don’t think the White House should act as if they are. The Obama Administration might as well come out and say it: The single most important relationship in international politics and economics today, … Continue reading »