Yuxuan graduated from the University of Pittsburgh, with a Master's degree on Public and International Affairs and a major in International Political Economy. He has worked as a Policy Research Fellow at the Charles Koch Institute.
The myth about Chinese monetary policy
Government policies always generate conflicts of interests within society, monetary policy is no exception. Foreign policies, to some extent, are the reflection and extension of domestic governance. Domestic monetary policy, no matter how elusive and insignificant to some people, provides… Read More ›
Is China powerful enough to change the world order?
As the US president Donald Trump got his trade deal lately with the European Union president Jean-Claude Juncker, it seems that all those recent tensions between the world’s largest economy and the EU has come to an end. To China,… Read More ›
Looking at the US-China Trade War from a Micro-Perspective: The Aluminum Imports
On July 6, U.S. initiated $34 billion worth of tariffs on imports from China, officially marking the largest trade war since the Great Depression. Among the imported goods levied, including auto parts, jet engine parts and other machinery, aluminum and… Read More ›