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.
What Do Chinese People Really Think About Some of China’s Important Partners?
By Kristina Kironska, Yiju Chen, and Richard Q. Turcsanyi
A recent survey delves into Chinese perceptions of the U.S., Russia, Japan, Europe, Africa, and Singapore.
Ahead of G-20 Ministers’ Meeting, China Slams US, NATO
By Associated Press
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian's comments underscore the increasingly fractious relationship between Beijing and Washington.
What ‘Zhong Sheng’ Says About China’s Perceptions of the Ukraine Conflict
By Brandon Valeriano and Juan Garcia-Nieto
What has China communicated -- through the state run Zhong Sheng pen name in the People’s Daily -- about the conflict in Ukraine?
Survey: Americans Increasingly See China as a Threat
By David Rising and Ken Moritsugu
Currently, 62 percent of Americans see China as a competitor and 25 percent as an enemy.
US Pentagon Chief Speaks for 1st Time to Chinese Counterpart
By Robert Burns
For months, Austin has failed to get Gen. Xu Qiliang, deputy chairman of the Party's Central Military Commission, on the phone. Instead, he spoke to lower-ranked Defense Minister Gen. Wei Fenghe.
Has Russia Wrecked American ‘G-2’ Plans?
By Shrey Khanna and Aditya Pareek
In the mindscape of the U.S. strategic community, China now enjoys the position which the Soviet Union had during the Cold War. Moscow is keen to disrupt that emerging bipolar order.
A Strategic Response to China’s Economic Coercion
By Emily Kilcrease, Emily Jin, and Rachel Ziemba
China is the most willing to deploy the widest range of economic tools in response to a geopolitical conflict. What can the U.S. do?
Justice for the Uyghurs: What the US Can Do
By Abduweli Ayup and Yonah Diamond
The U.S. can take some immediate, common-sense steps holding the CCP accountable for its transnational repression and offering effective humanitarian assistance for the Uyghurs.
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.
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.
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.