Penn's Jacques deLisle and Wharton's Minyuan Zhao discuss the latest developments in U.S.-China relations.

China’s leadership is urging U.S. President Donald Trump to embrace the “one China” policy on Taiwan and has warned the new administration that a trade war would raise the prices of many goods that Americans depend on, like iPhones. Jacques deLisle, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and director of Penn’s Center for East Asian Studies, and Minyuan Zhao, a Wharton management professor, recently appeared on the  Knowledge at Wharton show, part of Wharton Business Radio on SiriusXM channel 111, to discuss the latest economic developments in China and Chinese officials’ reactions to what is happening in Washington. (Listen to the podcast at the top of this page.) 

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