How China’s Government Structure Prevents Intellectual Property Protection
By Zhuoran Li
China’s struggle with IP protection is based on structural issues related to its “fragmented authoritarianism.”
US Justice Department’s China Focus Likely to Continue Under Biden
By Associated Press
Despite a change in White House occupants in January, the United States Justice Department is likely to continue its wide-ranging China-related investigations.
US Senate Hearing Raises Alarm Over China’s Talent Recruitment Plans
By Bonnie Girard
Among other concerns, witness testimony pointed to “shadow labs” in China that mirror U.S- funded cutting-edge research.
China, US Cautiously Optimistic After Latest Trade Talks
By Darlene Superville and Paul Wiseman
Both sides noted progress that could be turned into a formal deal at a future Trump-Xi meeting.
China Sends Envoy to Talk Trade as Trump Mulls Tariffs
By Shannon Tiezzi
Amid reports of imminent U.S. trade action against China, Liu He arrives to talk with U.S. officials.
Trump’s Intellectual Property Push and the Hope for Chinese Reform
By Edward Barss
The section 301 investigation rolls on as industry makes its voice heard.
The Hidden Benefits of China's Counterfeiting Habit
By Wy Cheng
China's shanzhai culture has created a unique breeding ground for innovation and competition.
US-China Talk Intellectual Property, Market Access at Trade Dialogue
By Shannon Tiezzi
The latest iteration of the Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade saw baby steps on entrenched issues.
China’s Addiction to Counterfeiting
By David Volodzko
Despite efforts from the government, China remains the world leader in knock-offs.
China-US Cyber Agreements: Has Beijing Outmaneuvered Washington?
By Greg Austin
The joint agreement by China and the U.S. may have created more diplomatic minefields than it sought to eliminate.
China Slams US Over Economic Espionage Charges
By Franz-Stefan Gady
How will this impact the bilateral relationship?