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China says it will aim to buy $20 billion in U.S. farm goods in the first year of an initial deal. But if the trade war hadn't started, China’s 2020 purchases would have exceeded $27 billion, writes @BennSteil
In strategic partnerships, predictability is key, writes CFR's national intelligence fellow Amir Asmar.
Under the bill, each year the U.S. would reassess whether Hong Kong enjoys a "high degree of autonomy” from Beijing.These evaluations could be game-changing for treaties, agreements, and laws regarding the territory.
". . . there’s not going to be a military solution [in Afghanistan]. For nineteen years if you have not been able to succeed, you’re not going to be able to succeed in another nineteen years," @ImranKhanPTI said at CFR. Watch his full conversation: #UNGA
A year after Trump slapped tariffs on imported steel, the U.S. steel industry is not thriving. It is reeling. @BennSteil explains why:
Deep-fake videos use machine-learning algorithms that take existing images and footage to doctor videos. Some experts worry that deep fakes could heighten disinformation and spark violence, war, or genocide.
With deep fakes, seeing is no longer believing. Here's why cyber experts are alarmed by deep-fake videos.
China indicates that it will aim to buy $20 billion in U.S. farm goods in the first year of an initial deal. But if the trade war hadn't started, China’s 2020 purchases would have exceeded $27 billion, writes @BennSteil