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Engagement Lite: The Logic of Biden’s Diplomacy With China

Engagement Lite: The Logic of Biden’s Diplomacy With China

By Nathaniel Sher and Andrew Weaver
The Biden administration’s approach should not be confused with a return to “strategic engagement” – combining high-level diplomacy with economic integration.

Biden vs Trump: Who Would Have a Bigger Impact on China-US Relations?

Biden vs Trump: Who Would Have a Bigger Impact on China-US Relations?

By Dingding Chen and Xinrong Zhu
Looking ahead to a potential 2024 presidential match-up and the implications for U.S. China policy.
The Newsom-DeSantis Debate Reveals Growing Partisan Conflict Over US China Policy

The Newsom-DeSantis Debate Reveals Growing Partisan Conflict Over US China Policy

By Jiachen Shi
The debate between the state governors highlighted the divide between Democrats and Republicans on China.

China-US Relations After the Biden-Xi Summit: Beyond Stabilization

China-US Relations After the Biden-Xi Summit: Beyond Stabilization

By David Skidmore
We have staunched the bleeding in China-U.S. relations. Now can the patient be revived?

Biden’s Goal for Xi Meeting: Get China-US Communications Back to Normal

Biden’s Goal for Xi Meeting: Get China-US Communications Back to Normal

By Aamer Madhani and Colleen Long
“We’re not trying to decouple from China,” the U.S. president insisted, “but what we’re trying to do is change the relationship for the better.”

Biden, Xi, and ‘Responsible Management’ of Atrocity Crimes

Biden, Xi, and ‘Responsible Management’ of Atrocity Crimes

By Sophie Richardson
The U.S. should not give up on holding China to account for its human rights violations in the name of diplomatic progress.

After 5 Year Absence, China’s Foreign Minister Visits Washington

After 5 Year Absence, China’s Foreign Minister Visits Washington

By Shannon Tiezzi
During Wang Yi's visit, both sides emphasized the importance of dialogue, but were tight-lipped on what, exactly, was being discussed.
US Congress’ Role in Countering the China Challenge

US Congress’ Role in Countering the China Challenge

By Robert Sutter
Both the Biden administration and Congress deserve credit for handling this initial stage of acute rivalry with China.

Can Economic Ties Continue to Power China-US Relations?

Can Economic Ties Continue to Power China-US Relations?

By Shannon Tiezzi
A visit to China by the U.S. commerce secretary saw more deliverables than any other recent exchange, but there are still hard limits on what can be achieved.

Biden Issues Executive Order Restricting US Investments in Chinese Technology

Biden Issues Executive Order Restricting US Investments in Chinese Technology

By Josh Boak
The order will block U.S. investments in Chinese companies working on advanced computer chips, micro electronics, quantum information technologies, and artificial intelligence.

Why Beijing Isn’t Interested in Setting Guardrails for China-US Competition

Why Beijing Isn’t Interested in Setting Guardrails for China-US Competition

By Jinghao Zhou
It is essential for the U.S. to understand the logic behind China's refusal to establish guardrails in order to reset its competition strategy.
Ali Wyne on China-US Relations After the Blinken Visit

Ali Wyne on China-US Relations After the Blinken Visit

By Shannon Tiezzi
“While diplomatic respites may interrupt the deterioration of U.S.-China relations, they do not alter that trajectory.”

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