Deliberate Disruption

The central tendency of American China policy is now disruption of the economics of engagement with China, rather than reducing those costs over time. While a short-term “deal” around the G20 meeting in Osaka to manage escalation remains a possibility, bilateral tensions surrounding longer-lasting policy changes implemented by the national security bureaucracy will persist, and will limit the magnitude and longevity of any reduction in risk perceptions.

Posted May 28, 2019
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