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China, US Hold Military Talks Amid Strained Ties
October 01, 2021

China, US Hold Military Talks Amid Strained Ties

By Associated Press
The two-day video conference marked the first known direct high-level contact between Chinese and U.S. defense officials under the Biden administration.

The Trump Administration’s Mixed Messaging on Taiwan Strait Transits
January 15, 2021

The Trump Administration’s Mixed Messaging on Taiwan Strait Transits

By James Siebens and Ryan Lucas
The U.S. needs to make clear if transits through the Taiwan Strait are routine demonstrations of its navigational rights or intentional signals of deterrence.
Chinese Military Told to Prevent Escalation in Interactions With US
August 14, 2020

Chinese Military Told to Prevent Escalation in Interactions With US

By Steven Stashwick
Chinese planes and ships are reportedly told “not to fire the first shot.”

America's China Bashers Are Gaining Steam
April 09, 2019

America's China Bashers Are Gaining Steam

By Mark J. Valencia
Extremists in the United States have moved Washington’s position from engagement to hardline strategic competition.

US INF Withdrawal, Archipelagic Defense, and Managing the China Challenge
October 24, 2018

US INF Withdrawal, Archipelagic Defense, and Managing the China Challenge

By Ankit Panda
Is the case in Asia for conventional U.S. cruise missiles strong enough to justify the INF withdrawal?

Another US-China Dialogue Bites the Dust
October 02, 2018

Another US-China Dialogue Bites the Dust

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Diplomatic and Security Dialogue joins economic talks in the dustbin of U.S.-China relations.

Mattis' Visit to China: Agree to Disagree?
June 29, 2018

Mattis' Visit to China: Agree to Disagree?

By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S. secretary of defense brings a dose of “reality” to the U.S.-China military relationship.
What China’s RIMPAC Exclusion Means for US Allies
May 26, 2018

What China’s RIMPAC Exclusion Means for US Allies

By Nicole L. Freiner
Japan, in particular, was likely encouraged.

China Performs Another 'Unsafe' Intercept of a US Surveillance Plane
May 30, 2017

China Performs Another 'Unsafe' Intercept of a US Surveillance Plane

By Cal Wong
That makes two incidents in one month.

Seeking a US-China Consensus in the South China Sea
July 19, 2016

Seeking a US-China Consensus in the South China Sea

By Chen Xiaochen and Chang Yudi
How to manage tensions in the U.S.-China relationship after the South China Sea ruling.

Why Did China Detain a Swedish Citizen?
January 23, 2016

Why Did China Detain a Swedish Citizen?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, military drills alarm Taiwan, China's water crisis, and Monster Hunt comes to the US. Friday China links.
On Taiwan Arms Sales, China's Bark May Be Worse Than Its Bite
December 18, 2015

On Taiwan Arms Sales, China's Bark May Be Worse Than Its Bite

By Shannon Tiezzi
Putting Beijing's response to the U.S. arms sale to Taiwan in some historical context.

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