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Back to Diplomacy? The Bumpy Road to Sino-American Détente
December 24, 2022

Back to Diplomacy? The Bumpy Road to Sino-American Détente

By Giuseppe Paparella
The tense years before China-U.S. normalization hold lessons about the value of backdoor diplomatic channels.

Ping Pong Diplomacy: Made in Japan
April 10, 2021

Ping Pong Diplomacy: Made in Japan

By John Darwin Van Fleet
Remembering the Chinese, Japanese, and American table tennis players who paved the way for a historic diplomatic opening.
Why FDR Embraced China as a Great Power
March 05, 2021

Why FDR Embraced China as a Great Power

By Keikichi Takahashi
Franklin Roosevelt sought to boost China’s global stature, provided it could meet three conditions. How does modern China measure up to that standard?

US-China Relations at 40
January 01, 2019

US-China Relations at 40

By Elizabeth Economy
The “normalization of relations” meets the “new normal.”

Dealing with an Ambiguous World Order, from China to the United States
August 10, 2018

Dealing with an Ambiguous World Order, from China to the United States

By Aryeh Tepper
How to think about a world order in flux.

How Trump Became an Old Friend of the Chinese People
November 14, 2017

How Trump Became an Old Friend of the Chinese People

By Xie Tao
Putting Trump's visit in the context of broader U.S.-China relations.

The Problem With the Pivot: Part 1
December 16, 2016

The Problem With the Pivot: Part 1

By Jared McKinney
A critical look at Kurt Campbell's historical case for the U.S. pivot to Asia.
Countering China's Psychological Warfare
September 26, 2016

Countering China's Psychological Warfare

By Shirley Kan
An American narrative is needed to disarm China's victimization rhetoric.

Actually, US-China Relations are Remarkably Normal
September 25, 2015

Actually, US-China Relations are Remarkably Normal

By Robert Farley
China and the United States have a fairly normal relationship that they shouldn't take for granted.

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