Why the US and China Should Work Together to Solve the Global Scam Crisis
By Jan Santiago and Alvin Camba
Both nations have a shared interest in cracking down on online "pig butchering schemes." It could show that the two nations can still work together for mutual benefit.
Bridging the Narrative Gap in China-US Relations
By Vu Le Thai Hoang and Ngo Di Lan
States regularly tell stories about themselves and how the world works. Chinese and American narratives – including about the Biden-Xi summit – remain at odds.
Philanthropy Cooperation: A Bright Spot in China-US Relations
By Dingding Chen and Cai Jiazheng
At a time when many areas of the relationship are experiencing tensions, China and the U.S. have seen strengthened philanthropy cooperation ever since the outbreak of COVID-19.
China Blames US for Chaos in Afghanistan But Offers Cooperation Toward Stability
By Associated Press
Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his U.S. counterpart that China is willing to help promote the soft landing of the Afghan issue” and avoid “humanitarian disaster.”
Can China-US Relations Improve During the Biden Administration?
By Ge Jianhao and Dingding Chen
So far, there have been no major changes in Biden’s China policy, but there’s still hope for a stabilized relationship.
Can the US and China Cooperate in Africa?
By R. Maxwell Bone & Ferdinando Cinotto
Competition aside, Washington and Beijing have many shared interests on the African continent, from security to economics to public health.
Coping With the Challenge of China’s Growing Space Power
By Lincoln Hines
Recognizing China's status-seeking motives provides an important tool for U.S. policymakers.
China’s Cybersecurity Headache
By Qiheng Chen
The need to secure smart devices can provide common ground for cooperation
How Should the US Engage China in Space?
By Adam Yang
Examining the maritime domain for lessons on a strategic way forward for U.S.-China cooperation.
The Gulf of Aden Needs US-China Maritime Cooperation
By Brittney Washington
If Washington and Beijing can get out of their own way, they can combat a common threat.
China-US Cooperation and the New Opium War
By Austin Bodetti
Despite friction elsewhere, in the War on Drugs Beijing and Washington are on the same side.
The 'China Factor' in US North Korea Policy
By 38 North/ John Delury
Evaluating China's likely response to the policies advocated by U.S. hawks, doves, and "boas."