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Taking US-China Relations Global
February 27, 2015
Taking US-China Relations Global
At a meeting in New York, Susan Rice and Yang Jiechi discussed cooperation on a global scale.
Taking US-China Relations Global
Personnel and Policy in U.S. Policymaking Toward China
February 22, 2015
Personnel and Policy in U.S. Policymaking Toward China
Is the Obama administration really weak on China expertise?
Personnel and Policy in U.S. Policymaking Toward China
The White House Releases a New National Security Strategy
February 07, 2015
The White House Releases a New National Security Strategy
The new document is meant to explain the purpose and promise of American power in the years ahead.
The White House Releases a New National Security Strategy
US, China Trade Barbs Over Surveillance Flights
September 10, 2014
US, China Trade Barbs Over Surveillance Flights
The U.S. and China remain at an impasse over America's surveillance flights near China's coasts.
US, China Trade Barbs Over Surveillance Flights
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'
Susan Rice's trip to China shows that Washington and Beijing have different goals for the relationship.
NSA Susan Rice in China: Rethinking 'New Type Great Power Relations'
Iraq: Captured Islamic State Fighter Is Chinese
September 05, 2014
Iraq: Captured Islamic State Fighter Is Chinese
Plus Susan Rice's trip to China, why China does have friends, and gaokao reforms. Friday China links.
Iraq: Captured Islamic State Fighter Is Chinese
Obama Advisor Susan Rice to Visit China
September 05, 2014
Obama Advisor Susan Rice to Visit China
U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice will make her first trip to China since assuming her current position.
Obama Advisor Susan Rice to Visit China
Japan and South Korea Leave Money on the Table
June 20, 2014
Japan and South Korea Leave Money on the Table
Their history of territorial and wartime disputes continues to prevent wider cooperation on shared goals in the region.
Japan and South Korea Leave Money on the Table
Obama Won’t Meet Anwar, But Susan Rice Will
April 26, 2014
Obama Won’t Meet Anwar, But Susan Rice Will
The US compromise will be likely to please nobody.
Obama Won’t Meet Anwar, But Susan Rice Will
Trans-Pacific Partnership Must Safeguard Human Rights
March 31, 2014
Trans-Pacific Partnership Must Safeguard Human Rights
Any agreement on the TPP should make human rights a priority.
Trans-Pacific Partnership Must Safeguard Human Rights
China Prioritizes Ukraine's 'Ethnic Groups' Over Its 'Territorial Integrity'
March 07, 2014
China Prioritizes Ukraine's 'Ethnic Groups' Over Its 'Territorial Integrity'
China has stopped voicing support for Ukraine's territorial integrity, which could set a dangerous precedent.
China Prioritizes Ukraine's 'Ethnic Groups' Over Its 'Territorial Integrity'
US Asia Policy: Things Fall Apart?
December 02, 2013
US Asia Policy: Things Fall Apart?
Vice President Joe Biden trip to Asia this week can’t substitute for sustained attention to the region.
US Asia Policy: Things Fall Apart?
4 Points for Obama’s Asia Trip in April 2014
November 21, 2013
4 Points for Obama’s Asia Trip in April 2014
Obama can expect some difficult conversations when he heads to Asia in April.
4 Points for Obama’s Asia Trip in April 2014
After Hillary: Choosing America’s Next Top Diplomat
November 09, 2012
After Hillary: Choosing America’s Next Top Diplomat
Although there’s suitable Democrats, Obama should reach across the aisle in selecting a secretary of state.
After Hillary: Choosing America’s Next Top Diplomat
China, Russia in Risky Syrian Game
February 14, 2012
China, Russia in Risky Syrian Game
Chinese and Russian vetoes over condemning Syria have infuriated Western capitals. But the reasons for them are more complex than some realize.
China, Russia in Risky Syrian Game
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