Harry Harding on the US, China, and a ‘Cold War 2.0’
By Shannon Tiezzi
“Calling it a second Cold War is misleading, but to deny that it’s a Cold War is also disingenuous.”
Harry Harding on the Rapidly Changing US-China Relationship
By Shannon Tiezzi
What happened to U.S.-China relations? Professor Harding offers his thoughts on the past, present and future.
The US-South Korea Alliance and the China Factor
By Clint Work
In the current context of U.S.-China competition, Washington’s strategic preferences and Seoul’s search for greater autonomy are clashing.
Why Is America Dusting off Its Anti-Communist Playbook?
By Jin Kai
Why, at this particular moment, is Washington so persistently intent on fighting China, especially the so-called “evil” communist regime?
The US ‘New Cold War’ Battle Cry in the South China Sea
By Chen Xiangmiao
Stepped-up U.S. aggression against China has been especially notable in the South China Sea.
Hong Kong Is the First Casualty of the New Cold War
By Brian Wong
Hong Kong – the first battleground where East meets West – has already been drastically changed.
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?
Europe and the New Sino-American Cold War
By Nicolas Regaud
Parsing the stakes – and the option – for Europe.
China’s Foreign Minister Strikes Conciliatory Tone to Bring US Ties Back From the Brink
By Eleanor Albert
In speech on Thursday, Wang Yi tried for a reset in U.S.-China relations amid worsening tensions.
The US-China Cold War Has Already Started
By Alan Dupont
The clashing geopolitical ambitions of the two states are fueling a rivalry that could be even more dangerous and consequential than the original Cold War.
Will American and Chinese Societies Support a New Type of Cold War?
By Matt Ferchen and Hanns W. Maull
Leaders on both sides are taking a more confrontational line, but are the people willing to go along?
The China-India Standoff and the Myth of a New Cold War
By Sajid Farid Shapoo
Chinese media are trying to cast the present crisis as a part of the “New Cold War” between the United States and China. Don’t be fooled.