September 02, 2019
The US Democrats’ China Debate
By Craig Kafura
None of Trump’s Democratic would-be rivals look likely to adopt a softer stance on China.
August 14, 2019
America’s Anti-China Mood Is Here to Stay
By Joe Renouard
Even if China and the US agree on new trade terms, the view in Washington has fundamentally changed.
July 23, 2019
The US Scare Campaign Against China
By David Skidmore
The political calculations behind exaggerating the “present danger” – from the Cold War to today.
July 19, 2019
America’s Obsession With Chinese Spying Is Hurting Innocent People
By Chi Wang
Has the U.S. government decided that Chinese Americans can never truly be Americans?
July 18, 2019
NATO Needs a China Policy
By Helena Legarda and Meia Nouwens
NATO needs a coordinated and comprehensive strategy to deal with an ever-more confident China.
July 17, 2019
What Did the US Give up to Restart Trade Talks With China?
By Shannon Tiezzi
Washington compromised on more than Huawei.
June 29, 2019
The Case for Containing China
By Francis P. Sempa
China, like the Soviet Union before it, is a peer competitor of the United States but it is not invincible.
April 19, 2019
The US Is Pushing Back Against China. What Happens If We Succeed?
By Chi Wang
Those hoping for the collapse of China’s communist government need to think seriously about what the consequences would be.
April 18, 2019
China and Russia Pose Different Problems for the US. They Need Different Solutions.
By James Dobbins, Howard J. Shatz, and Ali Wyne
One is a resurgent power focused on economic preeminence; the other a declining power fomenting chaos.
April 10, 2019
How the US Can Win Its Trade War With China
By Arjun Kapur
History provides the blueprint for a winning deal.
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.
April 05, 2019
A Bipartisan Congressional Group Supports Trump’s Tough-on-China Approach
By Bonnie Girard
In an otherwise divided Washington, there is surprising uniformity in messaging on the U.S.-China trade war.