Can the US and China Agree to Disagree?
By Sara Hsu
Talks are a necessary but not sufficient step for repairing the China-U.S. relationship.
China, US Hold Delayed Trade Meeting to Discuss ‘Phase 1’ Deal
By Associated Press
Both the U.S. and China expressed satisfaction with the talks and the implementation of the deal thus far.
US Drops Currency Manipulator Charge for China Ahead of ‘Phase One’ Trade Deal
By Ankit Panda
The U.S. Treasury Department is pulling back its August 2019 charge that China is a currency manipulator.
An Endgame for Beijing in the US-China Trade Negotiations
By Chen Gong
Creating a long-term mechanism should be the primary objective of U.S.-China trade negotiations.
Why a ‘Phase One’ Deal Won’t Solve the US-China Trade War
By Daisuke Minami
Even if a deal is reached, neither side can trust the other to implement it.
Beijing Says China, US to Lift Tariff Hikes as Talks Advance
By Associated Press
The agreement would address one of China's main demands: the removal of tariffs before negotiations progress further.
What Happened to the US-China Trade Deal?
By Paul Wiseman
An agreement that once looked close now seems far off.
This Week’s Key China Trade Talks Are in Beijing, Not Shanghai
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Wendy Cutler and James Green on the latest RCEP negotiations.
US Says Latest Trade Talks With China Were ‘Constructive’
By Dake Kang and Joe McDonald
The next round of discussions is expected to be held in Washington, DC in September.
Can the US-China Trade War Be Resolved?
By Yukon Huang
U.S. demands are incoherent, illogical, or outright contradictory. That makes a deal even more uncertain.
What Did the US Give up to Restart Trade Talks With China?
By Shannon Tiezzi
Washington compromised on more than Huawei.
Understanding the US-China Trade Disconnect
By Liu Baocheng and Hilton Root
Without evidence that its basic economic system will fail, talks will not force China to change its development path.