Remembering shared values in fractured US-China relationship


The relationship between the United States and China is fractured. Growing economic tensions over tariffs, recent intelligence speculation about potential interference in the 2020 election and an emerging AI “arms race” has fueled suspicion and distrust between the two governments.

Despite the strained Washington-Beijing relationship, the people of our two countries are more interconnected than any other time in our history. The United States is home to the largest Chinese diaspora community in the Western Hemisphere. Increasing numbers of American universities are engaging more international students through centers and satellite campuses in China. Supply chains and data flows link more and more American and Chinese employees and business owners...

from The Hill

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Ambassador Stuart Holliday


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