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Trump-Xi Summit: Much Ado About Nothing?
April 08, 2017

Trump-Xi Summit: Much Ado About Nothing?

By Shannon Tiezzi
The feel-good vibes from the meeting were drowned out amid questions regarding the U.S. strike on Syria.

Did China and the US Overreact to Tillerson's Remarks On US-China Relations?
March 30, 2017

Did China and the US Overreact to Tillerson's Remarks On US-China Relations?

By DD Wu
His description of U.S.-China relations brought too much optimism from China and too much criticism from the US.
Sebastian Rosato on the US-China 'Collision Course'
March 17, 2017

Sebastian Rosato on the US-China 'Collision Course'

By Zhang Juan
Why the Notre Dame professor believes the U.S. and China cannot avoid security competition.

What Did Xi Jinping Say to Donald Trump?
November 17, 2016

What Did Xi Jinping Say to Donald Trump?

By Han Ze
Reading between the lines of the Chinese president's message to his future U.S. counterpart.

Yes, the US Does Want to Contain China (Sort Of)
August 08, 2015

Yes, the US Does Want to Contain China (Sort Of)

By Shannon Tiezzi
There isn't a strict policy of containment, but the sentiment remains.

Overcoming 'Abnormal Normality' in the US-China Relationship
October 30, 2014

Overcoming 'Abnormal Normality' in the US-China Relationship

By Jin Kai
Implemented properly, a "new type of great power relations" could help the U.S. and China reframe their relationship.

NSA Susan Rice in China: Rethinking 'New Type Great Power Relations'
September 10, 2014

NSA Susan Rice in China: Rethinking 'New Type Great Power Relations'

By Shannon Tiezzi
Susan Rice's trip to China shows that Washington and Beijing have different goals for the relationship.
Only US Can Prevent Great Power War
August 22, 2014

Only US Can Prevent Great Power War

By Alex Ward
The preconditions for a hegemonic war currently exist in the world, but the U.S. can still prevent one.

Has the Thucydidean Trap Already Sprung on China and the US?
July 10, 2014

Has the Thucydidean Trap Already Sprung on China and the US?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Recent pessimism suggests that China and the U.S. are already well on the road to great power confrontation.

Why Reform Comes Slowly in China
July 01, 2014

Why Reform Comes Slowly in China

By Yang Hengjun
Reform is like sailing upstream: if you’re not making progress, you’re going backwards.

China's Cautious Confidence
May 12, 2014

China's Cautious Confidence

By Jin Kai
Despite perceptions of China's confidence, Beijing is actually quite careful about how it asserts itself.
'Great Civilizations': China's Vision for Relations With the EU
April 22, 2014

'Great Civilizations': China's Vision for Relations With the EU

By Kerry Brown
Xi Jinping wants to address the EU as one "great civilization" to another.

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