Does an Unstable China Poses Risks to America?
Top of Mind with Julie Rose - Radio Archive, Episode 1004 , Segment 3
Episode: Blackface, Life on Other Planets, Chinese Storm Clouds
- Feb 11, 2019 11:00 pm
- 18:54 mins
Guest: Michael Auslin, Fellow in Contemporary Asia, The Hoover Institute, Stanford University In the 20thCentury, the U.S. economy was so dominant that people said, “When America sneezes, the world catches a cold.” These days, that might also apply to China. It’s a giant in its neighborhood and our largest trading partner –just look at the stuff around your house. Much of President Trump’s rhetoric in his trade war seems focused on keeping China’s power in check and America in the dominant role. So, the fact that China’s economy is now slowing would seem like good news. But, Asia analyst Michael Auslin warns that storm clouds on China’s horizon could have serious repercussions for us.