From ‘Respect’ to ‘Sick and Twisted’: How Coronavirus Hit U.S.-China Ties

Publisher New  York Times
Author Chris Buckley,  
Summary At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, both China and the US were united against the global health emergency. Since then, the US has shifted blame to China, threatening trade and diplomatic relationships while China has likewise criticized the US for its handling of the virus.
Excerpt A sharp escalation of tensions over the handling of the pandemic has raised the specter of a new Cold War.
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Keywords economics, COVID-19, politics
Publish Date Earlier publication updated July 14, 2020
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