US-China relations are now at their 'worst point' since the 1970s, says expert

U.S.-China relations have eroded to a decades-low as both countries take part in a "blame-shifting" exercise over their responses to the coronavirus pandemic, says James Crabtree, Associate Professor of Practice at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. He says this has "completely undermined" attempts at international collaboration in resolving the crisis and what progress has been made in their trade deal.
Fri, Apr 17 20201:14 AM EDT