September 15, 2020
Expect US Election to Have Consequences for Troops Overseas
By Associated Press
Trump has doubled down on “bring the troops home” rhetoric; Biden is more circumspect.
September 04, 2020
Biden and the Democrats: Standing Up to China on Trade?
By Andrew Samet
What does the 2020 Democratic Party platform tell us about the trade policy that a President Joe Biden would pursue?
August 24, 2020
Biden Joins the Anti-China Chorus
By Amitai Etzioni
Those hoping for a reset may be disappointed.
August 20, 2020
While America Decides, America’s Allies Wait
By Yukari Easton
Governments in Asia wonder: If Trump wins re-election, will they still be able to rely on the United States?
August 07, 2020
How Does China View the Notion of a New ‘Cold War’?
By Ankit Panda
As U.S.-China relations fray, how does Beijing assess the situation?
June 18, 2020
A US-China Détente in 2021: A Word of Caution
By Maxime Chervaux
Trump’s China policy is about domestic politics, and it has shown some successes.
June 15, 2020
Why a US-China Détente Is Coming in 2021: The Biden Factor
By Dingding Chen
Beyond Trump’s policies, the possibility of a Biden presidency looms large over the U.S.-China relationship.
March 06, 2020
Joe Biden’s Record on China and Taiwan
By Kuang-shun Yang
For decades, Biden has embraced the “China engagement” doctrine and warned Taiwan to tread carefully. Now, though, he seems to have changed his tune.
September 02, 2019
The US Democrats’ China Debate
By Craig Kafura
None of Trump’s Democratic would-be rivals look likely to adopt a softer stance on China.
July 06, 2019
What Do the US Democratic Presidential Contenders Think About China?
By Eleanor Albert
So far, the Democrats have had little to say about what’s often called the world’s most important bilateral relationship.
May 28, 2015
Top US Officials Heat Up Rhetoric on China's South China Sea Behavior
By Ankit Panda
U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter minced no words: the U.S. is here to stay in Asia.
December 08, 2013
Joe Biden: The Bull in the China Shop
By Elizabeth C. Economy
The vice president creates waves with comments in China, but he was right to make them.