Identity Politics in U.S. China Policy Could Backfire
By Jiachen Shi
In their rhetoric, politicians may emphasize the distinction between the CCP and the people, but this serves to justify increasingly hawkish policies that don’t really consider that division.
America’s Anti-China Mood Is Here to Stay
By Joe Renouard
Even if China and the US agree on new trade terms, the view in Washington has fundamentally changed.
The Internal Debates Driving the US-China Trade War
By Richard Boucher
There are two opposing factions on each of two sides, and that is making a deal difficult.
The Increasingly Toxic Political Climate for American Analysts of US-China Relations
By Mark J. Valencia
Anyone critical of the hardening U.S. approach to China is now facing attack. That doesn't bode well for U.S. policymaking.