The next stage of the China-US relationship won’t be “easy sailing” but there are incentives on both sides to keep it manageable, according to foreign policy specialist Wang Jisi. Photo: Reuters
The next stage of the China-US relationship won’t be “easy sailing” but there are incentives on both sides to keep it manageable, according to foreign policy specialist Wang Jisi. Photo: Reuters

China, US tensions unlikely to ease but they could maintain ‘a hot peace’, foreign policy adviser says

  • Domestic agendas ‘may or may not work to lessen the strain’ this year, according to Wang Jisi from Peking University
  • But he says Chinese and American businesses remain deeply integrated and most ‘are not embracing the idea of decoupling’

Topic |   US-China relations
The next stage of the China-US relationship won’t be “easy sailing” but there are incentives on both sides to keep it manageable, according to foreign policy specialist Wang Jisi. Photo: Reuters
The next stage of the China-US relationship won’t be “easy sailing” but there are incentives on both sides to keep it manageable, according to foreign policy specialist Wang Jisi. Photo: Reuters
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