China’s Weak Hand in Potential Trade War With U.S.

Professor of Law : Georgetown University, and Director, Institute of International Economic Law

China’s Weak Hand in Potential Trade War With U.S.

A Chinese flag in Beijing’s central business district. While China has many options with which to retaliate against potential United States tariffs, it has few good ones. Credit Jason Lee/Reuters

Christopher Bedoor argues in the New York Times that China’s stockpiles of U.S. Treasuries makes a trade war with the United States improbable.

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Trade War Looms Because of Missile Test?

Professor of Law : Georgetown University, and Director, Institute of International Economic Law

Trade War Looms Because of Missile Test?

Kevin Rudd, former Australia prime minister, talks global trade

One expert, Kevin Rudd, the former Prime Minister of Australia, believes this North Korean missile test represents a major provocation to the Trump administration.

Yet he also predicts that sanctions on China, one of North Korea’s few allies, could impact, Australia's economy perhaps severely.

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