Da Wei: What a Biden presidency could mean for U.S.-China relations

  • Democrat Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump to become the 46th president of the United States. After four years, the "establishment representatives" have regained executive power. Could Joe Biden presidency reopen a window of opportunity for China-US relations? Will the United States, Europe and China be able to seek trilateral cooperation? Will China-US relations continue to decouple? How should China and the United States establish the bottom-line mechanism?

    DA Wei, a China Forum Expert, Professor and Assistant President of the University of International Relations, was interviewed by HAN Hua, Member of China Forum Executive Committee and CGTN Commentator.

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