US-China trade tensions are escalating in the face of an outbreak of the coronavirus. While this situation may seem like a normal, everyday occurrence, it can be a sign of a potentially dangerous escalation in the relationship. The recent outbreak of the virus has made the situation even more pressing. Moreover, this outbreak has implications for how the current relations between the two nations have developed.
It is also necessary to recognize that the US and China are not equal partners in every way. While their economic relationships may be competitive, they are also extremely interdependent. In fact, they are nearly completely dependent on one another. But there’s a catch to this balancing act. If globalism continues to advance, US-China trade tensions will only become more complex.
As a result, there’s a risk that the trade wars will escalate and the US-China relationship will not be able to recover. The US and China are dependent on each other economically and are increasingly dependent on each other. It’s a delicate balancing act. As globalism continues to march, the relationship between the two countries is only going to get more complicated.