Illustration: Craig Stephens Illustration: Craig Stephens
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Terry Su
Opinion

Opinion

Terry Su

Even with Joe Biden in the White House, it’s safer for China to keep America at a distance

  • Biden has many balls to keep in the air – Covid-19, the economy, the 2022 midterm congressional elections, his 2024 re-election – and it will be all too easy to fail. In that case, Beijing would be a convenient scapegoat for Washington

Illustration: Craig Stephens Illustration: Craig Stephens
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Terry Su

Terry Su

Terry Su is president of Lulu Derivation Data Ltd, a Hong Kong-based online publishing house and think tank specialising in geopolitics. Prior to the establishment of Lulu Derivation with his partners in 2019, Mr Su spent more than two decades as an investment banker and senior business executive. From 2003 to 2006, Mr Su was an external member of the Departmental Advisory Committee of the Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics at City University of Hong Kong. He has bachelor's degrees in history (1985) and in international politics (1987) from Peking University, and a master of letters degree in international relations (1991) from Oxford University (with Swire Scholarship).