Here at our CUSEF blog, we share news, updates and stories about China and the United States. We provide more than a cursory glimpse of what’s going on between the two powers - here, we offer an in-depth look into their current state of affairs.

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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | May 18, 2020
2020-05-18
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The world is now worried about the post-COVID19 global economy. Nouriel Roubini, Professor of Economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business, listed ten reasons why a ‘Greater Depression’ for the 2020s is inevitable, warning that an “L-shaped ‘Greater Depression’” will follow later in this decade. Read More
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | May 14, 2020
2020-05-14
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Almost half a year since the outbreak of COVID19, experts are looking into the system to find the root of the social and economic problems, and how will China and the US - the world’s most important bilateral relations, move forward. Read More
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | May 12, 2020
2020-05-12
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With the blame game over coronavirus heating up, Evan Osnos from the New Yorker criticized US President Trump’s ‘Blame-Beijing Coronavirus strategy’, claiming ‘The Administration could credibly have criticized China’s early mishandling of the virus, and its efforts to control international scrutiny of the virus’s origins. Instead, the White House seized on a blame-Beijing strategy to undermine China’s growing global power and shore up Trump’s bid for reelection.” Christopher R. Hill from Foreign Affairs posed a question: “What does Washington want from China?” Read More
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | May 11, 2020
2020-05-11
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Almost half a year since the outbreak of the coronavirus. China Daily’s columists: “Outbreak exposes US economic flaws”, saying “the coronavirus pandemic has shown that any disruption of the debt-consumption cycle threatens to trigger collapse almost immediately: as soon as incomes are interrupted, private financial institutions curtail credit fearing non-performing loans, while consumption plummets, depleting incomes further.” Read More
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | May 7, 2020
2020-05-07
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What are people talking today other than COVID19: Monday marked the 101st anniversary of the May Fourth Movement in China. US Deputy National Security Advisor Matt Pottinger earlier said the heirs of May Fourth are ‘civic-minded citizens who commit small acts of bravery’. Chinese Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Hua Chunying: ‘Pottinger is wrong’, calling it ‘a patriotic revolutionary movement against imperialism and feudalism’. Read More