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Chinese Government-Paid Scientists Plead Guilty to Stealing Research From an American Children’s Hospital
August 08, 2020

Chinese Government-Paid Scientists Plead Guilty to Stealing Research From an American Children’s Hospital

By Bonnie Girard
The same week, hundreds of NGOs urged the U.S. attorney general to designate the Chinese Communist Party a “transnational criminal organization.”

Trump Administration Targets ByteDance and Tencent
August 07, 2020

Trump Administration Targets ByteDance and Tencent

By Shea Cotton
In new executive orders, the Trump administration has taken aim at Chinese companies ByteDance and Tencent -- but the details are yet to be fully outlined.
Lebanon Looks to China as US, Arabs Refuse to Help in Crisis
July 16, 2020

Lebanon Looks to China as US, Arabs Refuse to Help in Crisis

By Associated Press
Struggling with an economic catastrophe, Lebanon is the latest country to be caught up U.S.-China tensions.

The US-China Cold War Has Already Started
July 08, 2020

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.

Who Is Winning the US-China Power Battle?
June 24, 2020

Who Is Winning the US-China Power Battle?

By Monish Tourangbam and Anand. V
A global pandemic has, in a matter of months, changed the discourse on global order and U.S.-China great power competition.

A US-China Détente in 2021: A Word of Caution
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.

Will American and Chinese Societies Support a New Type of Cold War?
June 18, 2020

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?
How Unique Is Trump’s China Policy?
June 17, 2020

How Unique Is Trump’s China Policy?

By Keikichi Takahashi
The current U.S. approach reflects a sea change on China that began before Trump’s election – and will continue after his administration ends.

China-US Military Confrontation in the South China Sea: Fact and Fiction
June 12, 2020

China-US Military Confrontation in the South China Sea: Fact and Fiction

By Hu Bo
The China-U.S. rivalry in the South China Sea is certainly growing, but war is still some way off.

For the US and China, Thucydides’ Trap Is Closing
June 11, 2020

For the US and China, Thucydides’ Trap Is Closing

By Kevin Brown
Intertwined domestic crises are adding pressure for Donald Trump and Xi Jinping to seek out confrontation.

Why the Compacts of Free Association Matter to Washington
June 09, 2020

Why the Compacts of Free Association Matter to Washington

By Grant Wyeth
With its eyes on China, the United States seeks to reaffirm its presence in the western Pacific.
The 3 Flashpoints That Could Turn a US-China ‘Cold War’ Hot
June 03, 2020

The 3 Flashpoints That Could Turn a US-China ‘Cold War’ Hot

By Daniel Russel
Beware the crisis hiding in plain sight.

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