US vs China: From Trade War to Reciprocal Deal gives readers an up close account on the rough-and-tumble trade talks between the US and China. The book provides a neutral and balanced perspective in addressing the historical, political and cultural backgrounds that had made US-China trade wars inevitable, but also explores how the two richest and most powerful countries and long-time rivals may eventually reach a consensus to support a bilateral trade agreement for the ages.
Contents: Understanding the Background:China's Economic Miracle'America First' AgendaAmerican Dream vs. Chinese DreamEruption of Trade Wars:Prepping for Trade TalksTo Bluff of Not to BluffChina Goes GlobalGeopolitical and Economic Transformations:Globalism Fades AwayChina Enters a 'New Normal'Trump-a-nomics Surges AheadSearch for Common Ground:What is 'Made in China 2025?'Clash of Cultures: Trump vs. XiThe Art of a Win-Win Trade Deal
Readership: General readers interested in US-China trade war and US–China relations.China;The US;Trade War;Trade Talks;Trump;Xi Jinping00