Conscious uncoupling? The future of US-China relations

Speaking at the National Economists Club, PIIE senior fellow Mary E. Lovely outlines major areas of economic friction between the United States and China: the US trade deficit, technology transfers, intellectual property rights, subsidies, high-tech trade and national security, and US sanctions over China’s human rights abuses. Lovely then considers how China can be integrated into President Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s trade policy designed to lift the American middle class.

Video used with permission from the National Economists Club. Event details are available here.