The New Republic: Matt Chitwood on rural Chinese attitudes toward the US

As Washington launches a trade war with Beijing, current ICWA fellow Matthew Chitwood (China, 2017-2019) writes for The New Republic about rural Chinese attitudes toward the United States and China’s place in the world. “America is like an elder brother,” one villager said. “He doesn’t want baby brother to grow bigger than him. But there’s nothing he can do about it.”

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