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Can the 2020 election improve US-China relations?

Released Wednesday, 28th October 2020
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The relationship between China and the US has been a rollercoaster since the beginning of the Trump administration. Tensions have escalated with a trade war, and the US has repeatedly blamed China for the coronavirus pandemic. But could this powerful relationship improve after the 2020 presidential election? We're exploring what an administration change, or not, could mean for foreign relations between the world's biggest economies.
In this episode:
Azhar Sukri, Asia business editor for Al Jazeera Digital; Katrina Yu (@Katmyu), Al Jazeera journalist in Beijing, China; and Josephine Wolff (@josephinecwolff), assistant professor of cybersecurity policy at Tufts University.
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