Managing US-China Relations: After the Polls

Now that the voting in the US is over, it may be worth having a look at this series of essays on how to manage the US-China relationship. The first paper is by Kenneth Lieberthal and Jonathan Pollack of the Thornton China Center of the Brookings Institution. Brookings Fellow Joshua Meltzer prepared this response, which focuses on trade. Finally, Richard Bush, the director of the Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies at Brookings, wrote this opinion piece on his thoughts for the next US administration on how to approach China.


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