July 30, 2021
Reasons for Optimism in Wake of Sherman’s Visit to China
By Brian Wong
Policymakers from both sides of the Pacific would benefit from seizing upon the opportunity generated by Deputy Secretary Wendy Sherman's visit.
July 26, 2021
The Difficulty of Sino-American Economic Disentanglement
By Robert Farley
Disentanglement may hurt China more than the United States, but that doesn’t mean the U.S. would benefit.
July 23, 2021
Cooling Off China-US Technological Competition: A Blueprint in Shared Purpose
By Kangkyu Lee
Shared leadership on technological matters is crucial and cooler heads must prevail.
May 14, 2021
Taiwan at the Nexus of Technology and Geopolitics
By Ian Bremmer and Ali Wyne
The tightening nexus of geopolitics and geotechnology will make U.S.-China competition increasingly fraught. But Taiwan’s core challenge is not a near-term crisis.
May 11, 2021
Transatlantic Cooperation on the China Challenge
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Hans Binnendijk.
May 08, 2021
Chinese Subsidies: A Threat to US Competitiveness?
By Sara Hsu
Are Chinese subsidies to firms in strategic sectors a threat to the competitiveness of U.S. companies?
April 23, 2021
Survey: US Public Supports Action on China’s Human Rights Abuses
By Carolyn Brueggemann, Josie Coyle, Justine Davis, Miriam Dawson, and Timothy S. Rich
The U.S. government frequently criticizes China’s government for human rights violations. What do Americans think?
April 23, 2021
The US Needs China’s Support to Denuclearize North Korea
By Chan Young Bang
The shared strategic objective of the denuclearization of North Korea is a rare moment for two adversaries to align on a common endeavor to forge truly lasting peace.
April 03, 2021
China’s Maritime Militia at Whitsun Reef: Trouble in the South China Sea
By Ankit Panda
China’s maritime militia is once again at the center of a crisis in the South China Sea. What now?
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?
December 24, 2020
How Should Biden Engage China?
By Yan Liang
Complete rupture and a “cold war” with China is one possibility, while peaceful and mutually beneficial coexistence is another and better option.
September 28, 2020
China Fires Back at US Over Environment, South China Sea
By Associated Press
The war of words comes amid disputes over trade, technology, Hong Kong and Taiwan, spying accusations and more that has driven the bilateral relationship to its lowest point in decades.