For the U.S., it is unthinkable that semiconductor behemoth TSMC could one day be in territory controlled by Beijing, writes Maria Ryan.
Tag: trade wars
Trump Flouts Global Trade Rules with China, Embraces Them with EU
Charles Hankla says the U.S. president’s simultaneous moves — one outside international law, the other inside it — show that his approach to trade is not so much anti-establishment as it is opportunistic.
US Executive Power and the ‘State of Exception’
After decades of global integration, Dan Steinbock sees imperial presidential policies based on “national security interests” producing majestic mistakes.
Pence’s Attacks on China Won’t Help Trump at G-20
Beijing wants to avoid an all-out trade war with Washington. That is what will count at the G-20 summit later this week, writes Patrick Lawrence, not the U.S. vice president’s hostility in Asia earlier this month.