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Latest News Analysis: How bad could U.S.-China relations get?

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There is now a bipartisan consensus in the United States on the need for a tougher China policy.

It doesn’t have to be this antagonistic.”AdvertisementPresident Trump’s China policy has repeatedly seesawed and has often appeared inconsistent or haphazard, with much bloviating on the trade gap and virtually no attention to human rights.

She was part of a long-standing network of Chinese industrial spies spanning 25 cities, the U.S. Justice Department claimed.

Once the Soviet Union dissolved, however, the United States needed a new justification for “engagement,” said Orville Schell, director of the Asia Society’s Center on U.S.-China Relations.

American soft power — the appeal of its institutions, society and culture — has long held enormous sway over Chinese society, Wang said.

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