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When The Elephants Fight (Again)

Aaron Connelly, Research Fellow, International Institute for Strategic Studies

06-May-20 08:45

When The Elephants Fight (Again)

With Covid-19 dominating every headline, the US-China trade war seems like a thing of the past. Yet now, as both countries start to point fingers over the origin of the coronavirus, it seems that both these major economies may be at loggerheads once again. For more on this, we speak to Aaron Connelly, Research Fellow at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, about whether this is all a part of Donald Trump's election strategy.

Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar

Presented by: Lyn Mak, Wong Shou Ning


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Tags:  USChinatrade warcold warCovid-19coronaviruspandemicDonald TrumpASEANSouth China SeaGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingEconomy, MarketsPolitics, News, Current Affairs


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