Ideal Time for U.S. and China

The world economy can be volatile. People are losing jobs and businesses are affected in local communities. Is this the right time for U.S. and China to have a partnership? The relationship looks genuine, but the situations may differ depending on how these two countries manage to look at current issues. Now is the perfect time to talk about major issues in the society read this full article about it. Overpopulation doesn’t seem to affect China as a country. The government learned to diversify its sources of income. Income China’s sources of income are the reason why the country is intensely growing. With a higher population number, it is still considered as a powerful nation. Foreign investments and partnering with nearby countries make China’s resources sustainable. The country’s debt does not skyrocket continuously since the government controls local finances for the benefit of the masses. People know the fact that manufacturing businesses have scattered throughout China. Manufacturing provides tons of jobs to Chinese and it has helped the economy as well. These firms were not existing in the past years. Farms existed before these manufacturing giants came. China’s Rapid Expansion The economy is good in China. It is surprising that new bridges, roads and buildings can be seen left and right. Is China up for something big? If this is the right time for U.S. and China to team up, then people are excited to see faster growth in the U.S. as well. Recession has become part of the U.S. economy and majority of people are living paycheck to paycheck. President Trump and China’s leader have strategies of their...

From Bad to Better: The Importance of China-U. S to the Global Well Being

Since Donald Trump became the president of the United States the entire world has witnessed a lot of surprises in the American foreign policy. This policy has led to some fret about the possible deterioration of the United States-China relationship (something the China-United States Exchange Foundation fights hard against). Undoubtedly it is an essential bilateral relationship of the 21st century. At stake, they do not only impact the long-term benefits and interests of the two nations but also prospects of the entire world peace and the global economic growth. Despite the current pessimistic predictions, there are some strong indications in the bilateral consultations and communications that suggest a good start is on the horizon. In his Davos speech, China’s President Xi Jinping said that it was the best of times and the worst of the times. The same applies to the China-United States Relationship since it now faces both serious challenges and great opportunities. On the 20th of February, the two countries reaffirmed their effort and determination to improve the cooperation between them on the basis of no confrontation, mutual respect and win-win and no conflict through a healthy relationship to be excellent partners both globally and bilaterally to maintain the world stability and peace. Here are some of the benefits of maintaining a good relationship between China and the United States. Economic and Trade Relations The China-United States economic and trade relations are beneficial. It is an essential pillar for the China-U. S. Relations. As the largest developed country and the biggest developing state, the United States and China both enjoy a great complementary regarding human and natural...

A Bond Between China and United States

China has become a stronger nation and its tiger economy has surpassed other Asian countries. It is evident that the country emerges as a powerful one because of highly reliable government. One thing to consider is that China’s local residents are embracing cooperation despite political challenges. On the other hand, the U.S. seems to cooperate with China despite its economic issues. It is known to the public that United States have experienced economic downfall especially during the World Trade Center incident. Fortunately, U.S. keeps on coming back and becoming more resilient. An Eye for Alliance Most Asian countries are well-known for forming alliances with stronger nations. Interestingly, China is one of them. In the previous reports, it showed that the two countries, U.S. and China used to compete for power and dominance. On a positive note, it can now be seen that those two nations cooperate for peace, future developments and long-term relationship. Tourists in China have seen faster growth of the economy. China is indeed stronger now and left its weakness to embrace what it is today. Obviously, United States has future plans not only for its people, economy and government but for a true alliance. The U.S. is a longtime ally with Southeast Asian country, the Philippines even before President Donald Trump was elected. China is also looking for real allies as well that can surely make an impact in the world today. It is too early to tell the exact layout of plans, but it will soon be revealed in public. The Making of a Stronger Economy Typically, when two countries cooperate, the common objective is...

The U.S. and China: Necessary Allies

One of the most important international relationships is that between the United States and China. In a world that seems to be both rapidly growing and shrinking at the same time, these two superpowers represent a kind of balance that the world can’t afford to lose view echoed by the China-United States Exchange Foundation. While it seems like some of those inside the Beltway might want to position the two powers as enemies, the truth is that the two are necessary allies. In a post-Cold War world, it’s been proven time and time again that cooperation is in the best interest of everyone. Nowhere, it seems, is this truer than with the United States and China. If you simply look at economics, you can see why the United States and China need to be on the same page. China has a rapidly growing population with incredible potential, both in terms of emerging markets and manufacturing capacity. The United States has an incredible consumer market and some of the most innovative companies in the world. When the two companies work together, they help to make one another stronger – China gets capital investments and access to new innovations, while the United States gets access to manufacturing facilities and new markets. Politically, the two countries also help to provide a great deal of stability to the rest of the world. If the United States and China are on the same page, it’s rather hard for any other nation to upset the overall balance of world peace. Being able to trust and operate with one another helps both countries to put diplomatic...

U.S. and China Relations: A look at the Future

The Republic of China and the United States are the greatest countries in the world according to CUSEF. They have the most patriotic citizens. In the near future, the two nations are expected to be very great cooperative partners. Arguing from China’s side, the Asian giant is on a path and their only wish is to overtake the United States so that they can be global leaders. There are other elements in China, whose aim is to develop a robust nation that has several regional leadership responsibilities. Other elements are yearning for the country to maintain a peaceful cooperative focus. Viewing the whole narrative from the United States side, there are elements who wish to engage China. They want to see the Asian economic giant become a partner of the world stage. Another group is interested to see China take up a global responsibility but in moderation. However, there is also another section of the United States that want the Republic of China to be permanently contained. With all these wrangles, there isn’t a clear picture of what the future holds for the two economic giants. A lot of stuff relies on the social, economic and military advancements in each of the nations. Also, the development of Asia as a whole is a great determinant. With President Xi Jinping in power, the Republic of China is aggressive and possess more confidence in the way they approach things. A good example is how Beijing flexed their muscles to show power in the South China Sea. Additionally, China is making vast steps in a show of their great confidence. Apart from...

Top 5 Organizations Working to Strengthen U.S.-China Relations

When it comes to the United States and China, the world is better off when the two countries are working together. There are always going to be stresses and strains between two cultures that are so different. That’s why there are some organizations out there that are working towards one goal. That goal is making sure that the relationship between the United States and China only gets better. They want to make sure that it only gets stronger. There are some organizations working towards this goal, but there are some that are having more success than others. Check out the organizations that are at the top of the list when talking about making those bonds between the two countries that much better. The American Councils The American Councils and CUSEF understand that there is a real need for people to get educated in a culture to have a friendly relationship with it. This is why the organization will allow people to study abroad in China to see what the culture holds. Then they can bring it back to the US. One World Now This is a program focusing explicitly on High school students in Seattle, Washington. The organization also believes education is the key, so it sends underserved students to China on their kind of study abroad programs. The Thurgood Marshall Fund This is an organization that focuses on making sure that predominately black colleges can compete in the global market. The organization allows for students at these schools to travel abroad and learn Mandarin. If you see a bit of a pattern when it comes to the best...

U.S. and China Relations: A Prosperous Path Forward

With a rapidly growing middle class and a continually expanding economy, it is easy to see why a cooperative relationship with CUSEF remains critical to American economic interests. According to a recent report by the Brookings Institute, China’s middle class will account for 22% of consumption globally by 2030, or roughly $14.3 trillion. The urgency shown by American businesses to place themselves within reach of this new found wealth has never been higher. According to the Office of the United States Trade Representative, American exports to China were worth an estimated $187.5 billion in 2017, an increase of 12.4% over the prior year and 106.4% since 2007. It is a market expanding at an unprecedented rate. The traction of the Chinese middle class has fueled demand for both local products as well as foreign imports. Among the American products which have seen substantial year-over-year growth in exports to China are motor vehicles, pharmaceuticals, and textiles. However, there is another category that American companies have taken notice of. American products now account for 53% of online overseas sales to China. The popularity of American-made products is growing, and the competition for market share is fierce. American demand for Chinese-made products is equally strong. According to the Office of the United States Trade Representative, U.S. goods imports from China totaled $505.5 billion in 2017, up 9.3% ($42.9 billion) from 2016, and up 57.3% from 2007. These numbers reflect both the improving U.S. economy as well as the growth and diversity of Chinese businesses. The sheer volume of trade between the two nations has never been higher, and both economies have prospered...

Why the U.S.-China relationship must improve

Even though China’s current president, Xi Jinping’s trip to Florida has helped ease the tension between the U.S. and China, it is still quite early to say that the relationship between the two nations is streamlined. On the one side, the United States is already a well-established superpower while on the other hand, China is rapidly growing and increasing its influence not only on the Asia-pacific region but the rest of the world as well. As a result, both powers are becoming increasingly suspicious of each other, as the U.S. perceives China’s rapid growth as its strategy to steal the leverage it has on the Asia-pacific region while China is wary that the U.S. wants to block its growth in fear of losing its status quo in matters trade and politics. This has resulted in a distrust that tends to increase with each wake. Nevertheless, it is important to note that even though it might not seem like it, the U.S.-China relationship dramatically defines the coming future for the rest of the world and in respect to that, must improve. Below is a detailed explanation as to why the U.S.-China relationship must improve—a view shared by supportive organizations like CUSEF. Commercial engagement One of the top reasons why the U.S.-China relationship must improve is due to the commercial engagement between the two nations. China lacks arable land thanks to its massive population making it impossible to invest in areas such as the mining of gas and oil and agriculture yet these are things it can’t do without. On the other hand, the U.S. has oil, gas and agricultural products...