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 Senators Need to Raise the Uyghur Genocide on Beijing Visit
By Omer Kanat
While diplomatic engagement with China is essential, it cannot come at the cost of ignoring the egregious human rights abuses taking place in the Uyghur region.
Panda Diplomacy: The Departure of DC’s Beloved Pandas May Signal a Wider Chinese Pullback
By Ashraf Khalil
The potential end of the U.S. National Zoo's panda era comes amid what veteran China-watchers say is a larger trend of deteriorating relations.
Start With Steel: An Opportunity for China-US Climate Cooperation
By Ray Cai
The U.S. and China might have a real, once-in-a-generation opportunity to cooperate on decarbonizing one of the world’s most polluting industries.
In China-US Relations, Trust Is Valuable but Unattainable
By Denny Roy
Whether because of deception or misinterpretation, the Chinese and U.S. governments do not believe each other’s assurances.
The Advantages and Pitfalls of India’s Multidirectional Foreign Policy
By Monish Tourangbam
India’s rising capabilities and growing voice in global affairs are significant, but its ability to shape the contours of the international system in its image remains circumscribed.
To Counter China, US Trade Rep Seeks Closer Ties to Allies
By Paul Wiseman and Josh Boak
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai insists the United States wants to work with allies to build a better, fairer world trading system.
Expect More Performative Legislation in the U.S. Congress Targeting China
By Jiachen Shi
In contrast to their enthusiasm for performative bills, lawmakers tend to be more cautious when dealing with legislation that could have a bearing on actual trade with China.
The Chinese Spy Balloon Incident: An Urgent Need for Communication
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
There is an urgent need for standard operating procedures and open communication, especially when it comes to technology and space.
Biden to Meet China’s Xi on Monday for Taiwan, Russia Talks
By Aamer Madhani and Zeke Miller
It will be the two leaders' first face-to-face meeting since Biden took office.
Blinken, Wang Have First China-US Talks Since 20th Party Congress
By Shannon Tiezzi
The Chinese foreign minister stressed to his U.S. counterpart that Washington should not expect Beijing to change course.
Chinese Officers Charged in Plot to Obstruct US Huawei Probe
By Eric Tucker and Nomaan Merchant
Washington has long accused Beijing of meddling in U.S. political affairs and stealing secrets and intellectual property.