Decoupling. Derisking. Strategic competition. Call it what you will, but politics, public policy, and many private sector actors have shifted decisively away from deepening economic engagement with China.
We’ve seen some significant executive actions from the White House, a new Congressional committee, and heaps of rhetoric and analysis from the punditry all directed at reversing America’s jobs and technology giveaways to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) that have persisted for over twenty years.
The U.S. House of Representatives has its Select Committee on China that regularly interviews Chinese critics, skeptics, and dissidents. And leadership in the U.S. Senate has announced plans to put together an economic competition bill to build on legislation debated in the last Congress….