The United States' foreign policy regarding China will likely become a major issue as the general election heats up. The country holds America's debt and multinational companies continue to expand into China, yet it has a vexing human rights history.
Peter Coy, economics editor for Bloomberg Businessweek, will join The Daily Circuit Tuesday to discuss how America's policies with China will play out in the presidential election.
Coy, Dexter Roberts, and Bruce Einhorn wrote about Chinese policy for Bloomberg earlier this month:
"Finesse is called for, along with a clear focus on what really matters. Western governments and businesses benefit if China moves in the direction of free markets and democracy. They lose if China's leaders try vainly to keep the lid on the pressure cooker. While Western leaders don't have much influence over what happens next, they can at least keep the lines of communication open while quietly appealing to the enlightened self-interest of China's would-be reformers."