March 27, 2018
| Claire ReadeWe are entering a new, disruptive trade world, where unfamiliar weapons and new thinking will determine whether we face a hard-nosed negotiation with China, a brief trade skirmish, a serious trade war, and/or a new orientation for U.S. policy.
David Kelly, head of research at China Policy, offers an alternative approach that examines the nature of Chinese identity, or rather, Chinese identities, plural, and how they exhibit themselves in Chinese foreign policy.
Scott Kennedy, deputy director for Freeman Chair in China Studies and director for Project on Chinese Business and Political Economy, testified before House Committee on Financial Services' Subcommittee.
This report demonstrates that China’s internet companies are at once disruptive innovators, micro-innovators, and copycats. It also demonstrates that trends in China’s digital economy are increasingly shaping US and global companies, and vice versa.