torsdag 12. mai 2016

Opinion: Separate ways? Donald Trump's approach to China 'stuck in the 1990s'

China and how it is "killing us on trade" has been a campaign trail target for Republican frontrunner Donald Trump. But in his much-anticipated foreign policy address at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C. Thursday, he focused far more on terrorism and extremism than on the Asia-Pacific. When the conversation did turn to China, Trump seemed stuck in the 1990s -- when Beijing was a bit player on most global and regional issues, and his suggested approach revealed a fundamental misunderstanding of the entangled nature of U.S.-China trade. Read more