Analysts believe the US-China trade deal eases tensions, but there is still a long way to go to resolve the thorny issues between the world's two biggest economies.
US President Donald Trump's first official visit to India comes at a time when both nations share an ever-closer defense partnership, but also have sharp differences over trade and investment barriers.
The US president is set to meet with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi later this month. He is expected to make stops in New Delhi and Modi's home state, Gujarat.
The president painted a rosy picture of the US economy and global role. He appeared to snub a top Democrat, though he lavished praise on his international guest, Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido.
The war of words between the US and China at the summit cast a shadow over diplomacy efforts. While the US offered dire warnings about China's influence, China said the West should accept its different system.
© 2020 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version