Freeman Report April 2007 - Vol.5, No.4
April 30, 2007
With the U.S.-China Strategic Economic Dialogue slated to take place later in May, the many economic frictions in the relationship will generate even greater political attention – and political caricature – in the coming weeks. But much of the current economic friction in the U.S.-China bilateral relationship has more to do with the broader phenomenon of globalization. Yet, it is far harder to identify the villain in that drama when another country such as China offers a far more politically attractive target.