It was an eventful week in Washington, even though the main events took place on the Houston–Buenos Aires air corridor. At the G-20 summit, President Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping reached a truce: Starting from January 1, there will be no new tariffs. The sides will begin negotiations for 90 days in attempt to resolve their trade war, which has lasted for months. In addition, China immediately agreed to “purchase a not-yet-agreed-upon but very substantial amount of agricultural, industrial, and other products from the United States to reduce the trade imbalance between the two countries.”