America Has Dictated Its Economic Peace Terms to China

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By refusing negotiation over China’s rise, the United States might be making conflict inevitable.

How far will mounting tension with China be translated into the economic policy of the United States? After a rash of sanctions and overtly discriminatory legislation, with action on U.S. investment in China pending, and with talk of war increasingly commonplace in the United States, the Biden administration knows that it needs to clarify its economic relations with the country that is the largest U.S. trading partner outside North America.

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