From R Street Institute:

The relationship between the United States and China is the most important bilateral economic relationship in the world right now. Over the last several years, tensions have come to a head with the proliferation of tariffs and export controls, and then receded with a temporary detente in the form of the so-called “Phase One” agreement. With the Biden administration settling in and with policymakers in Congress recently considering legislation aimed at countering some of Beijing’s legitimately concerning economic practices, we will explore what ails the U.S.-China economic relationship and how Washington ought to respond.