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How America Could End Up In An Unexpected War With China

Authored by Doug Bandow via The National Interest, Three decades ago the People’s Republic of China was an economic backwater. Today the PRC sports the world’s second-largest economy. Shanghai most dramatically illustrates the country’s transformation. The city is filled with stylish office buildings, five-star hotels, luxury stores and foreign visitors. Reflecting their success, the Chinese […]

Trump Reverses, Agrees To Honor “One China” Policy In First Phone Call With Xi

In a major reversal to his stated foreign policy framework with China, in his first phone call held with China’s president Xi Jinping held on Thursday night, President Donald Trump agreed to honor the “one China” policy, easing a key source of diplomatic tension between the world’s two largest economies. The phone call came just […]

Trump “Breaks Ice” With China’s Xi, Sends Thank You Letter Seeking “Constructive Relationship”

After a fiery start to his foreign policy overtures, Trump is gradually normalizing his approach to international diplomacy. On the same day as relations with Mexico appeared to return to normal, following reports of a meeting scheduled with the country’s foreign minister, and days ahead of the much anticipated summit with Japan’s PM Abe, Trump […]

“Extremely Greedy” Traders ‘Shocked’ As Stocks Stumble Most Since Election, Dollar Dumps

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Dec 12, 2016 4:03 PM After exhibiting “Extreme Greed” A down day!!! Sentiment for the day started off strong thanks to OPEC/NOPEC and Saudi comments sparking a buying panic in crude to 17-month highs… But it didn’t help China… (worst stock drop in 6 months) after Trump’s questioning “One China Policy” and […]

Trump Risks Major Diplomatic Scandal With China Following Taiwan Phone Call

Ever since the US adopted a “One China” policy after the 1972 Nixon-Mao meetings, followed by President Carter formally recognizing Beijing as the sole government of China in 1978 leading to the closure of the US embassy in Taipei one year later and cutting off relations with Taiwan, when it comes to US-China diplomacy Washington […]