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US policy towards China will be less confrontational and the trade war may be dialed down, Biden will keep up the pressure on scrutiny of Chinese investments in the US, market access for American firms in China, human rights, and Hong Kong. This article by Sean Randolph, Senior Director of the Institute, in South China Morning Post, details how U.S.-China relations will look during the Biden administration.