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China Policy and the U.S. Presidential Election

Producers: Hagit Ariav, Senior Writer/Producer
Jeremy Sherlick, Executive Producer
January 28, 2016

The president of the United States will have to deal with a rising and more assertive China on a wide range of issues, including Asia-Pacific security, trade, and cybersecurity. U.S.-China relations will likely continue to be a mix of competition and cooperation. The central question for bilateral relations is: Can the world’s two largest economies avoid increased competition and even conflict?

This video is part of a CFR series highlighting the top foreign policy priorities that the next president of the United States will face.

See where the 2016 presidential candidates stand on China and all other foreign policy issues: http://www.cfr.org/campaign2016/#/china


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