US-China ‘Cold War’ and the Working Class

US-China ‘Cold War’ and the Working Class

With a global pandemic and the resulting global recession, international cooperation is more important than ever. But the United States and Chinese governments remain in conflict. In this session, learn about how to best understand U.S.-Chinese relations, how they are rooted in growing dysfunctions of the neoliberal global order, and how socialists in the U.S. should oppose this new Cold War.

Tobita Chow is the director of Justice Is Global, a special project of People’s Action to create a more just and sustainable global economy and defeat right-wing nationalism. He is organizing a progressive internationalist alternative to the growing tensions between the US and China.

Below, you will find a recording of the session as well as a recommended reading list.

Meeting Recording:

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Reading List

“The US-China Trade War: A Progressive Internationalist Alternative” by Tobita Chow and Jake Werner

The China Boom: Why China Will Not Rule the World by Ho-fung Hung.

Specter of Global China: Politics, Labor, and Foreign Investment in Africa by Ching Kwan Lee.

Forces of Labor: Workers’ Movements and Globalization since 1870 by Beverly J. Silver.