U.S., China to Resume Trade Talks, but Obstacles Remain
Rachel Brown is a second-year student at Yale Law School. Before law school, she worked as a research associate in Asia Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. She holds a bachelor's degree in Ethics, Politics, and Economics from Yale.
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