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The current strategic competition between Washington and Beijing effectively reduces the space within which Korea can hedge. Instead, it forces Korea to choose on issues where the U.S. and China diverge.

Eric Stein of Eaton Vance says even with a small trade deal, tensions between the U.S. and China will be with us “for decades.” It’s the only bipartisan issue in Washington, he says. Each side is trying to “out-hawk” the other to be tough on China. #EVPanel19 

China claims that the U.S. DOESN'T understand human rights or democracy as it threatens 'effective retaliation' against Washington

China’s TikTok tries to stay ahead of Washington’s tech backlash

Another report suggesting the recent trade agreement with China won't provide the benefits touted and, as the @business  article explains, "highlights how far apart Washington and Beijing remain."

Don't expect the NBA to stand up to China if Washington won't Me @TheWeek 

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump called his Phase 1 trade deal with China “by far, the greatest and biggest deal ever made,” even though nothing was agreed on paper, and most of the tariffs set upon Chinese goods remain in place.

Beijing has proved much more capable than Washington of minimizing the pain of the trade war to its consumers and economy. Weijian Shan explains why tariffs are having such different effects in the U.S. and China:

WASHINGTON, Oct 14 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Monday that an additional round of tariffs on Chinese imports will likely be imposed if a trade deal with China has not been reached by [Dec 15], but added that he expected the agreement to go through

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Strife-torn Hong Kong is sliding towards becoming a police state, US senator @HawleyMO  warned Monday, as the financial hub braces for a rally calling on Washington to punish China over sliding freedoms. Latest from @AFP 

In Washington, DC, Trump celebrated Swamp Day by: 1.) Making July 4th an ode to himself; 2.) Diverting $2.5 million in Park funds to pay for it; 3) Taking $750,000 in fireworks from a donor; and 4) Postponing tariffs on China the same day, as the donor wanted. Happy 4th!

The Fake News Washington Post, Amazon’s “chief lobbyist,” has another (of many) phony headlines, “Trump Defiant As China Adds Trade Penalties.” WRONG! Should read, “Trump Defiant as U.S. Adds Trade Penalties, Will End Barriers And Massive I.P. Theft.” Typically bad reporting!

"China may have lulled itself into believing it can continue to play games with Washington"—but President@realDonaldTrump  isn’t playing along.

Washington Post got it wrong, as usual. The U.S. is charging 25% against 250 Billion Dollars of goods shipped from China, not 200 BD. Also, China is paying a heavy cost in that they will subsidize goods to keep them coming, devalue their currency, yet companies are moving to.....

Leaving Hamburg for Washington, D.C. and the WH. Just left China’s President Xi where we had an excellent meeting on trade & North Korea.

CHINA: The Guardian and the Washington Post are now banned in the country

The Washington Post and CNN have typically written false stories about our trade negotiations with China. Nothing has happened with ZTE except as it pertains to the larger trade deal. Our country has been losing hundreds of billions of dollars a year with China...

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