Prof. Da Wei on China-US Relations


Prof. Da Wei, Deputy Director of CISS and professor in the Department of International Relations at Tsinghua University, joins host David Firestein, the President and CEO of the Bush China Foundation, to discuss how Chinese experts assess the current state of the U.S.-China relationship.

The discussion, situated at the 100-day mark of the Biden presidency, analyzes why the relationship between the United States and China remains about as tense and contentious as it was during the final months of the Trump Administration. The United States and China have engaged each other at high levels, but fundamental and seemingly irreconcilable differences around a host of issues – including trade, technology, human rights, Taiwan and the South China Sea, among others – remain evident.

U.S.-China Relations at the 100-Day Mark of the Biden Administration.mp3


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