Ely Ratner

Council on Foreign Relations

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Ely Ratner is a senior fellow in China studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. He served as deputy national security adviser to Vice President Joe Biden.

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Donald Trump's campaign was full of tough talk about China. As President, he's talking tougher than ever -- especially about North Korea, which fired another missile yesterday.

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Donald Trump's campaign was full of tough talk about China. As President, he's talking tougher than ever -- especially about North Korea, which fired another missile yesterday.

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