In Response: Simple Ingredients for the Sino-American Partnership

By Chin Chin Zhang

This piece is a response to Davis Florick & Robert Cronkleton's “Remapping U.S.-China Relations,” which can be found here.

About the Author: Chin Chin Zhang is a M.A. candidate for International Trade & Investment Policy at George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs in 2016. Strongly valuing economic incentives in international relations, she is passionate about commercial diplomacy and global capital markets. Her study integrates the political, economic and financial dynamics of global currents, with regional focuses on the United States, European Union and China. She worked in the financial services industry while earning her B.S. in Applied Mathematics from University of California-Los Angeles.

Photo by Pete Souza is in the public domain. Image cropped.

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