China has emerged as a key campaign issue ahead of the November 3 election between President Donald Trump (left) and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Photo: EPA-EFE China has emerged as a key campaign issue ahead of the November 3 election between President Donald Trump (left) and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Photo: EPA-EFE
China has emerged as a key campaign issue ahead of the November 3 election between President Donald Trump (left) and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Photo: EPA-EFE

US-China relations not doomed for a ‘dead end’ under Biden presidency, says prominent Chinese academic

  • The US-China relationship is not fatally wounded and could improve if Democratic candidate Joe Biden wins the US presidential election, says Yao Yang
  • Yao, a prominent Chinese academic, says Beijing can no longer ‘keep a low profile’ in international affairs as its influence is too large

Topic |   US-China relations
China has emerged as a key campaign issue ahead of the November 3 election between President Donald Trump (left) and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Photo: EPA-EFE China has emerged as a key campaign issue ahead of the November 3 election between President Donald Trump (left) and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Photo: EPA-EFE
China has emerged as a key campaign issue ahead of the November 3 election between President Donald Trump (left) and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Photo: EPA-EFE
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