Strategic Council Online: A university professor says US President Donald Trump has disclosed the secret dispute with China and wants fundamental changes to occur in past trends. “The Chinese are trying to make the American side exhausted and allured by making some retreats and offering them the olive branch. If the person standing on the other side is Trump, a man who is interested in showoff and media coverage this kind of playing is likely to be favored by the Chinese.
Tag: Economic war
Strategic Council Online: An international relations professor said with the decline in America’s hegemony in international system, the geopolitical competition will return to Europe. He added it was likely to see past competitions revived between Germany and Britain, and Germany and France in a not too distant future.
Strategic Council Online: A strategic affairs expert says a new round of tariff war between Europe and the United States appears to have been shaped. He added that a series of issues has made trade disputes between the two sides more complex, especially if Trump puts into effect his threat to significantly raise car import and parts tariffs from Europe to the United States it would be like a bomb that would completely change the bilateral trade relations.
Strategic Council Online: The most important cooperation potentials of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) are: RCEP’s significant contribution to the global economy, the common interests of certain member states of both organizations in trade and economic war with the United States, and RCEP’s open doors to admit other economic organizations.
Strategic Council Online: If China reduces its investments and deposits in the United States it will inflict great losses on Washington; therefore, before this happens, Trump will be forced to make a compromise with China.
Ismail Bashari – China Affairs Expert
Strategic Council Online: A university lecturer on international relations says although German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit to China apparently portrays a picture of limited economic and political cooperation between the two countries, nonetheless, the event reveals that behind the scene, the world’s two big economic powers with their economic potential have declared an unannounced war against US President Donald Trump’s trade war. The negotiations held and the agreements reached between Berlin and Beijing too point to this very point.
Strategic Council Online: The trade war between China and the United States has been turned into a full-fledged dispute over the past several months; in recent weeks, the two sides have done everything in their power to push through the trenches to advance in this economic war.
Hamideh Safamanesh -International Relations Researcher
Strategic Council Online: Commenting on the US economy, a top expert on strategic issues, citing Washington’s 27 per cent budget deficit, said: “There is a significant risk to the US economy, and the important thing is that an outlook for a recession in the US economy has been created. And this has caused whispers of a recession not only in America but also in some European countries.”
Strategic Council Online: China-US trade war has become one of the most important issues in international relations over the past two years and has experienced numerous ups and downs including imposing mutual tariffs on imported goods and the on and off-trade negotiations between the two countries.
Assadollah Kaveh – China Affairs Expert
Strategic Council Online: Washington’s trade war with certain countries, particularly with China was the most important issue that cast a shadow on the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan.
Tahmores Gholami – American Affairs Expert