Source:RDCY Website Published: 2020-10-21
U.S. Presidential Posture Toward China During and After the US Post-Election
Time：When Oct 21 20:00(Beijing time,UTC+8)
Professor Shi Yinhong, director of the Center for America Studies at the School of International Studies at Renmin University of China
1. How to strictly define "China-US decoupling"?
2. How to understand the "new cold war" between China and the United States?
3.US Strategic postures toward China after US Post-Election
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On Aug. 19, Liu Zhiqin, said in an interview with Shenzhen TV that from the situation in Hong Kong, the United States may impose financial sanctions on some individuals and enterprises, etc., to restrict the receipt and payment of funds through SWIFT, but to kick the whole Hong Kong out of SWIFT completely is very complex and sensitive, almost impossible. Because Hong Kong belongs to the most important re-export trade and international financial center in Asia, the US has huge economic, trade and financial interests in Hong Kong, and excluding Hong Kong from SWIFT will not only affect Chinese institutions and Hong Kong, but also all international institutions in Hong Kong will be seriously affected.