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Andrew Sheng and Xiao Geng — Division or Dialogue with China?

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Joe Biden’s presidency amounts to a golden opportunity to initiate a direct and honest dialogue with China on issues that require constructive engagement. But time is of the essence. If Biden begins his term by choosing division over dialogue, changing course will soon become difficult, if not impossible.Good luck with dialogue. Corporate shill Biden ("I haven't got a progressive bone in my body") has a nightmare neo-con war hawk cabinet bent on US hegemony (economic, political, and military dominance) and liberal interventionism (Western crusading). More endless war on the table.Project SyndicateDivision or Dialogue with China?Andrew Sheng, Distinguished Fellow of the Asia Global Institute at the University of Hong Kong, member of the UNEP Advisory Council on Sustainable Finance, and a

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Joe Biden’s presidency amounts to a golden opportunity to initiate a direct and honest dialogue with China on issues that require constructive engagement. But time is of the essence. If Biden begins his term by choosing division over dialogue, changing course will soon become difficult, if not impossible.
Good luck with dialogue. Corporate shill Biden ("I haven't got a progressive bone in my body") has a nightmare neo-con war hawk cabinet bent on US hegemony (economic, political, and military dominance) and liberal interventionism (Western crusading). More endless war on the table.

Project Syndicate
Division or Dialogue with China?
Andrew Sheng, Distinguished Fellow of the Asia Global Institute at the University of Hong Kong, member of the UNEP Advisory Council on Sustainable Finance, and a former chairman of the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission, and Xiao Geng, Chairman of the Hong Kong Institution for International Finance and professor and Director of the Research Institute of Maritime Silk-Road at Peking University HSBC Business School

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