The former U.S. Trade Representative, diplomat and World Bank president talks about his 40-year relationship with China, including refreshing the WTO deal; the danger of fortress economies; why engagement hasn't failed; and what he thinks about Xi Jinping.
The lionized economist talks about alternatives and counterfactuals in the U.S.-China relationship; the lessons from both the Japanese and Russian experiences; and why truculence is never productive.
A key figure in the Trump administration, the former reporter and Marine talks about the reality of the Chinese Communist Party's ambitions, the value of concrete actions vs. rhetoric, how Xi was flummoxed by Trump, and why the CCP just can't help itself.
The chief U.S. negotiator when China joined the WTO reflects on the surprises and failures of that landmark deal and why she thinks the U.S. can stay preeminent, even if it's not predominant.
Inside the series of threats, counter threats, and miscalculations in 2019 that led the world’s two biggest economies into a new Cold War.