Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump during the US leader’s visit to Beijing in November 2017. The warmer tone in the bilateral relationship has since faded into the distance. Photo: TNS Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump during the US leader’s visit to Beijing in November 2017. The warmer tone in the bilateral relationship has since faded into the distance. Photo: TNS
Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump during the US leader’s visit to Beijing in November 2017. The warmer tone in the bilateral relationship has since faded into the distance. Photo: TNS

Letters | The West hopes China will mirror Western values: that’s wishful thinking

  • With Western investment and decades of WTO membership, China has become much stronger and tougher, able to challenge the West in any sphere. For the foreseeable future, no pressure can shake China

Topic |   China’s Communist Party
Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump during the US leader’s visit to Beijing in November 2017. The warmer tone in the bilateral relationship has since faded into the distance. Photo: TNS Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump during the US leader’s visit to Beijing in November 2017. The warmer tone in the bilateral relationship has since faded into the distance. Photo: TNS
Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump during the US leader’s visit to Beijing in November 2017. The warmer tone in the bilateral relationship has since faded into the distance. Photo: TNS
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