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The US Pulls Pensions Out of China. What’s the End Game?
May 21, 2020

The US Pulls Pensions Out of China. What’s the End Game?

By Bonnie Girard
Coming as part of a sea change in Trump's rhetoric toward China, this could be the start of a larger strategy.

Trump’s Anti-China Rhetoric Aimed at Boosting US Leverage
May 06, 2020

Trump’s Anti-China Rhetoric Aimed at Boosting US Leverage

By Associated Press
The Trump administration’s efforts to condemn China for covering up the spread of the pandemic have intensified.
The Phase One Trade Deal: What’s in It for China?
January 18, 2020

The Phase One Trade Deal: What’s in It for China?

By Fatih Oktay
Looking at the text, China's commitments far outweigh the United States'. So why did Beijing sign on?

China, US Sign ‘Historic’ Trade Deal
January 16, 2020

China, US Sign ‘Historic’ Trade Deal

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Phase One deal is being hailed by both sides as a victory, but it leaves a lot of unfinished business.

Wu Xinbo on the ‘Transformation’ of US-China Relations
January 09, 2020

Wu Xinbo on the ‘Transformation’ of US-China Relations

By Tang Jie
An interview with the Dean of Fudan University’s Institute of International Studies and Director of Fudan’s Center for American Studies.

China in US Presidential Elections: 2020 Outlook
January 07, 2020

China in US Presidential Elections: 2020 Outlook

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from James Green.

Trump Announces Signing Date for ‘Phase One’ China Trade Deal
January 01, 2020

Trump Announces Signing Date for ‘Phase One’ China Trade Deal

By Associated Press
The deal will be inked on January 15 in Washington, Trump says, and “Phase Two” negotiations will start soon thereafter.
Why a ‘Phase One’ Deal Won’t Solve the US-China Trade War
December 13, 2019

Why a ‘Phase One’ Deal Won’t Solve the US-China Trade War

By Daisuke Minami
Even if a deal is reached, neither side can trust the other to implement it.

The Americans Are Coming? Washington’s China Pushback and Its Uncertainties
December 13, 2019

The Americans Are Coming? Washington’s China Pushback and Its Uncertainties

By Jin Kai
The U.S. has been moving toward a “whole-of-government” approach to counter China for years, but the ultimate impact remains uncertain.

Trump Signs Bills in Support of Hong Kong; China Warns of Consequences
November 30, 2019

Trump Signs Bills in Support of Hong Kong; China Warns of Consequences

By Associated Press
Trump tried to paint the bills as a sign of “respect for President Xi,” but Beijing wasn’t buying it.

Trump’s National Security Advisor and the Future of US-China Relations
November 21, 2019

Trump’s National Security Advisor and the Future of US-China Relations

By Michael Cerny
Tracing Robert C. O’Brien’s thoughts on China.
Pence Doubles Down on ‘Tough on China’ Messaging
October 25, 2019

Pence Doubles Down on ‘Tough on China’ Messaging

By Eleanor Albert
At a recent speech, the U.S. vice president reprised his “bad cop” on China role.

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