Cheng Li, director of research and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution’s John L. Thornton China Center, was part of a small Carter Center delegation that traveled to China in March to advance the Center’s programming efforts there. These include working to help standardize the vast array of electoral procedures taking place in local communities and foster better governance, as well as rural and urban community building and civic education about rights, laws, and political participation.
Will the American business community sit idly by and watch Trump undertake a trade war with China? They have a lot at stake in this. [Trump's stream of anti-Chinese Tweets poses risks of being misunderstood.] China would regard a potential challenge as more dangerous than it actually might be.