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To Compete with China, the US Needs a Better Narrative Than a ‘New Cold War’
June 02, 2020

To Compete with China, the US Needs a Better Narrative Than a ‘New Cold War’

By Hunter Marston
The story we tell matters because it lays the foundation for competent strategy.

Where Have America’s Pro-Business China Watchers Gone?
May 28, 2020

Where Have America’s Pro-Business China Watchers Gone?

By James Haynes
What happened to Amb. Terry Branstad and the rest of the United States’ pro-business, pro-engagement China watchers?
What Are America’s Interests in Hong Kong?
May 06, 2020

What Are America’s Interests in Hong Kong?

By Jin Kai
The hardnosed new U.S. approach to Hong Kong may actually end up undermining U.S. interests in the region.

Joe Biden’s Record on China and Taiwan
March 06, 2020

Joe Biden’s Record on China and Taiwan

By Kuang-shun Yang
For decades, Biden has embraced the “China engagement” doctrine and warned Taiwan to tread carefully. Now, though, he seems to have changed his tune.

The Coronavirus Epidemic: Challenge or Opportunity for US-China Relations?
February 14, 2020

The Coronavirus Epidemic: Challenge or Opportunity for US-China Relations?

By Bao Huaying
The U.S. government has seized on the crisis to adopt harsh policies toward China. But there are glimmer of hopes from society itself.

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.

Wang Peng on China-US Relations in the Xi and Trump Eras
December 10, 2019

Wang Peng on China-US Relations in the Xi and Trump Eras

By Shannon Tiezzi and Juan Zhang
“China-U.S. relations can’t go back to the past”.
America’s New Hong Kong Human Rights Act May Be Provocative, But It’s Not Surprising
November 30, 2019

America’s New Hong Kong Human Rights Act May Be Provocative, But It’s Not Surprising

By Joe Renouard
The law fits squarely within both the hawkish turn in China policy specifically and the tradition of U.S. human rights policymaking generally.

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.

The US-China Clash Is Here to Stay
November 01, 2019

The US-China Clash Is Here to Stay

By Shannon Tiezzi
A recent speech from Secretary of State Pompeo makes clears that a trade deal won't be enough to solve the growing tensions.

The US Must Counter China’s Malign Agenda
November 01, 2019

The US Must Counter China’s Malign Agenda

By Michael McCaul
China poses a threat to the U.S. and the world.
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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