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Why North Korea May Define US-China Relations in the Trump Era
March 24, 2017

Why North Korea May Define US-China Relations in the Trump Era

By Ankit Panda
So far, U.S.-China ties haven't seen a drastic deterioration. What does the future hold for U.S.-China ties?

How Washington Can Manage Sustainable Strategic Competition With China
September 22, 2015

How Washington Can Manage Sustainable Strategic Competition With China

By Robert Daly
What's needed now is long-term messaging at a short summit.
China-US: Obstacles to a ‘New Type of Major Power Relations’
April 09, 2015

China-US: Obstacles to a ‘New Type of Major Power Relations’

By Jimin Chen
There are several serious challenges the two powers need to surmount if they are to build successful relations.

China's Foreign Policy in 2014: A Year of 'Big Strokes'
December 27, 2014

China's Foreign Policy in 2014: A Year of 'Big Strokes'

By Xie Tao
A look at China's foreign policy moves in 2014, and what's in store for 2015.

US-China Relations After APEC
November 18, 2014

US-China Relations After APEC

By Jack A. Goldstone
The nature of Sino-American relations is rapidly changing. And that's a good thing.

A ‘New Type of Military Relations’ for China and the US
November 13, 2014

A ‘New Type of Military Relations’ for China and the US

By Shannon Tiezzi
As U.S.-China ties become more strained, a working military relationship is ever more crucial.

Defining a ‘New Type of Major Power Relations’
November 08, 2014

Defining a ‘New Type of Major Power Relations’

By Dingding Chen
Heading into the APEC Summit, the U.S. and China may need to narrow their interpretation of the concept.
Sunnylands 2.0: Xi, Obama to Meet Informally Again
August 29, 2014

Sunnylands 2.0: Xi, Obama to Meet Informally Again

By Zachary Keck
Presidents Xi and Obama plan to meet informally in China after the APEC summit ends in November.

No, Great Power War Isn't Obsolete
August 22, 2014

No, Great Power War Isn't Obsolete

By Rod Lyon
"Great powers, especially nuclear-armed ones, don’t go to war with each other lightly. But sometimes wars happen."

China’s Global Times Mocks Obama
August 06, 2014

China’s Global Times Mocks Obama

By Zachary Keck
The state-run paper carried an editorial on Tuesday that mocked and taunted the U.S. president.

China Won’t Be a Different Kind of Global Power
July 02, 2014

China Won’t Be a Different Kind of Global Power

By Zachary Keck
Like the U.S. before it, the China of today will be the hegemon of tomorrow.
New Report Could Offer Clues to Hillary Clinton’s China Policy
February 26, 2014

New Report Could Offer Clues to Hillary Clinton’s China Policy

By Zachary Keck
A new report on US-China relations could provide insight into what Hillary Clinton's China policy would be as president.

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