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The Challenges of US China Policy
April 06, 2021

The Challenges of US China Policy

By KAWASHIMA Shin
Trying to deal with individual issues on their merits will be tricky.

US, China Spar in First Face-to-Face Meeting Under Biden
March 19, 2021

US, China Spar in First Face-to-Face Meeting Under Biden

By Matthew Lee and Mark Thiessen
The contentious tone of the two sides' public comments suggested their private discussions will be even more rocky.
US Sanctions 24 China and Hong Kong Officials Ahead of Talks
March 18, 2021

US Sanctions 24 China and Hong Kong Officials Ahead of Talks

By Zen Soo
The U.S. response to Beijing's electoral reform in Hong Kong further dampens prospects for the first high-level dialogue this week.

Biden Administration Announces First China Meeting
March 11, 2021

Biden Administration Announces First China Meeting

By Shannon Tiezzi
Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan will meet Chinese Director of the Office of the Central Commission for Foreign Affairs Yang Jiechi and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on March 18.

The US-China Trade War Is Still Happening
March 03, 2021

The US-China Trade War Is Still Happening

By Sara Hsu
Four years and a new president later, U.S. tariffs on Chinese products remain.

Are Confucius Institutes in the US Really Necessary?
February 20, 2021

Are Confucius Institutes in the US Really Necessary?

By Gary Sands
The teaching of Chinese language and culture in the U.S. will remain important, but are Chinese government funded institutes the best option?

First Biden-Xi Phone Call Shows Not Much Has Changed in US-China Relations
February 12, 2021

First Biden-Xi Phone Call Shows Not Much Has Changed in US-China Relations

By Shannon Tiezzi
While China calls for cooperation, the new U.S. administration shares many of the same talking points of the Trump team.
Richard Heydarian on Southeast Asia’s Eventful Year
February 01, 2021

Richard Heydarian on Southeast Asia’s Eventful Year

By Sebastian Strangio
What does 2021 hold for Southeast Asia?

US Senate Confirms Lloyd Austin as Secretary of Defense
January 23, 2021

US Senate Confirms Lloyd Austin as Secretary of Defense

By Abhijnan Rej
He becomes the first African American to hold that office.

The Trump Administration’s Final China Push
January 22, 2021

The Trump Administration’s Final China Push

By Ben Lowsen
The Trump administration in its waning hours took more aggressive measures against Beijing. Has it locked new President Biden into a needlessly hostile policy?

China Bids Farewell to Trump Administration’s ‘Lies and Madness’
January 21, 2021

China Bids Farewell to Trump Administration’s ‘Lies and Madness’

By Shannon Tiezzi
China’s Foreign Ministry hit a group of outgoing officials, including Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, with sanctions.
On Final Day in Office, Secretary Pompeo Declares China Has Committed ‘Genocide’
January 20, 2021

On Final Day in Office, Secretary Pompeo Declares China Has Committed ‘Genocide’

By Shannon Tiezzi
It will fall to the Biden administration to deal with the consequences of Pompeo’s statement on the crackdown in Xinjiang.

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