During US president Donald Trump’s visit to China in November 2017, the United States and China signed multibillion-dollar business and investment agreements. In this article for the periodical Time-Weekly, Chinese academic Ruan Siyu analyzes what these deals mean for US-China relations. He argues that the Trump administration will bring the two countries closer together. During the talks in November, they agreed to collaborate more closely in trade and regional security. getAbstract recommends Ruan’s perspective to those speculating about how US-China relations will change under the Trump administration.
About the Author
Ruan Siyu is an associate professor of political science and administration at South China Normal University.