Turning point in US-Chinese relations likely with election

The outcome of the 2020 US presidential election will have a significant impact on the direction of the bilateral relationship

20th October, 2019
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Relations between the US and China are deteriorating. The trade war shows few signs of abating, and political issues are damaging relations even further. Concern is mounting over China’s mass internment of the Muslim Uighur people in the western province of Xinjiang. The Hong Kong pro-democracy protests have generated international sympathy for the beleaguered region.

The outcome of the 2020 US presidential election will have a significant impact on the direction of the...

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