Prepare for China-USA No-Deal



The United States and China may not reach a trade deal says a Chinese Professor who has been watching closely. Beijing feels that since February, the United States has arrogantly insisted that it play a role in changing Chinese laws.


by Melissa Hemingway, Feminine-Perspective Magazine senior staff writer.


War between USA and China heats up outside of trade talks.

  1. In the South China Sea and in the Taiwan Straits, American Coast Guard and American Navy war ships are pushing into China’s territorial claims with Freedom of Navigation exercises that include combat exercises on the water and in the air as a show of force against the Chinese.
  2. A Russian warship almost collided with an American warship in the South China Seas. The US has released a video.
  3. Meanwhile someone has stirred Hong Kong students to riot violently in the streets against Beijing over extradition laws. Hong Kong is strongly aligned with the USA which says that Chinese extradition law is not in its favour.
  4. The United States companies formerly doing business with communications giant Huawei Technologies have abruptly stopped.
  5. Google has banned its version of the Android operating system from being used on Huawei phones.
  6. Even Microsoft will not allow its Windows operating system to be used on the Huawei Laptop which it says it will now suspend.
  7. America has forced Canada to arrest and detain for extradition the daughter of the founder of Huawei.
  8. The United States has pressured countries around the world to stop doing business with China.
  9. The White House has imposed unilateral sanctions against China that will hurt the American people and deprive American poor of the availability of inexpensive goods.
Huawei zooms into action to create new operating system. The company must go it alone as US-based Microsoft refuses to allow Windows on Huawei laptop.

Huawei zooms into action to create new operating system.
The company must go it alone as US-based Microsoft
refuses to allow Windows on Huawei laptop. Photo Credit: Trade Show Hand Out
Photo Art: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

“From early May, China began to think that no deal might be better than a bad deal, and right now China and the US have fundamentally contradictory attitudes as to what would be a good deal."

Professor Shi Yinhong, Renmin University. ~ “From early May, China began to think that no deal might be better than a bad deal, and right now China and the US have fundamentally contradictory attitudes as to what would be a good deal. Photo Credit: Renmin University.”  Photo Art: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

 

Biography: Professor Shi Yinhong

Professor Shi is an adviser to China President Xi Jinping’s Cabinet.

Dr. Shi Yinhong is also a professor of International Relations, Chairman of Academic Committee of the School of International Studies, and Director of the Center on American Studies at Renmin University of China in Beijing. He has served as a counselor of the State Council of China since February 2011. He previously was a professor of International History at Nanjing University from 1993 to 1998, and a professor of International Relations and Director of the Center for International Strategic Studies at International Relations Academy, Nanjing from 1998 to 2001. He also served as the President of American Historical Research Association of China from 1996 to 2002.

Dr. Shi obtained a Ph.D. degree in International History at Nanjing University in 1988 and a M.A. degree in the History of the U.S. Foreign Relations at the same institution in 1981. He was a visiting fellow at Harvard-Yenching Institute at Harvard University from 1983 to 1984, a visiting fellow at Federal Institute for Eastern European and International Studies in Cologne in 1992, a Fulbright research visiting scholar at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 1995 to 1996.

He taught graduate courses as a visiting professor of Public Policy three times at University of Michigan, a visiting professor of Modern China Studies at Aichi University in Nagoya, and a visiting instructor of Chinese Foreign Policy at University of Denver. He was invited to deliver speeches or participate in scholarly conferences abroad about two-hundred times mainly in Asia, the United States, and Europe.

Dr. Shi Yinhong has engaged in research and teaching on the history and theory of international politics, strategic studies, East Asia security, and foreign policies of both China and the United States.

He has over 520 professional articles and essays published in academic journals, magazines and newspapers, as well as 15 translated books mainly on strategic history and international politics published.


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CNN is reporting that, “US President Donald Trump has threatened to slap tariffs on another $300 billion of Chinese exports to the United States if China’s leader Xi Jinping doesn’t meet him at the G20

Someone should tell Donald Trump "Don't bully anyone because Karma has the home address of everyone."

Someone should tell Donald Trump “Don’t bully anyone because Karma has the home address of everyone.”
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