A US-China Open Skies agreement is an unlikely prospect in the near future, a Washington panel agreed Monday, but some welcomed the principle of such an agreement while one US economist said China should be treated “like we treated the Soviet Union.” The panel met at the Hudson Institute think tank in Washington DC May 21 to discuss the Open Skies agreement announced the previous week between the US and the United Arab Emirates. Like the agreement forged in January with Qatar, ...

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