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Biden’s China Strategy Needs an Economic Statecraft Component
June 01, 2022

Biden’s China Strategy Needs an Economic Statecraft Component

By Kelly A. Grieco
The China challenge is indeed serious, but the Biden administration’s strategy for addressing it so far has been lacking.

Blinken Emphasizes Cooperation, Including With Beijing, in China Policy Speech
May 27, 2022

Blinken Emphasizes Cooperation, Including With Beijing, in China Policy Speech

By Shannon Tiezzi
Blinken emphasized cooperation with allies and partners, and even with China itself, in his long-awaited speech.
In the China-US Competition, Xi Jinping’s Loss Is Biden’s Gain
May 09, 2022

In the China-US Competition, Xi Jinping’s Loss Is Biden’s Gain

By Sam Bresnick and Nathaniel Sher
Instead of seeking to transform China, the Biden administration is content to see China’s foreign and domestic policies hamper its competitiveness.

China-US Competition Is Not a New Cold War
March 23, 2022

China-US Competition Is Not a New Cold War

By Keikichi Takahashi
The Biden administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy shows the U.S. does not want a Cold War with China.

‘Only Nixon Could Go to China’; Only Xi Can Go to America?
February 21, 2022

‘Only Nixon Could Go to China’; Only Xi Can Go to America?

By Brian Wong and Scott Singer
50 years after the famous Nixon-Mao meeting, today’s leaders can learn from their nuanced political leadership.

Nixon and China: 50 Years Later
February 21, 2022

Nixon and China: 50 Years Later

By Francis P. Sempa
Revisiting Nixon’s famous trip to China and his own analysis of China-U.S. relations in the decades that followed.

It’s Time to Put the DOJ’s China Initiative on Trial
February 18, 2022

It’s Time to Put the DOJ’s China Initiative on Trial

By Dai Huizhong
The DOJ's efforts to combat Chinese espionage have not made America safer -- quite the opposite.
The Biden Administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy Lacks Clarity on China
February 18, 2022

The Biden Administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy Lacks Clarity on China

By Alec Blivas
The strategy document fails to answer crucial questions about the desired balance between competition and cooperation with China.

Congress Is More Important Than Ever in US China Policy
January 11, 2022

Congress Is More Important Than Ever in US China Policy

By Robert Sutter
From Trump to Biden, Congress has remained at the center of the so-called Washington consensus to end previous engagement in favor of strong opposition to Beijing.

Europe and the US: From Divergence to Convergence on China?
November 30, 2021

Europe and the US: From Divergence to Convergence on China?

By Plamen Tonchev
Is the U.S. moving closer to the EU’s complex definition of China as a partner, competitor, and systemic rival?

US High-Level Diplomat Visits Japan, South Korea, Mongolia
July 20, 2021

US High-Level Diplomat Visits Japan, South Korea, Mongolia

By Shannon Tiezzi
Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman is making the rounds in East Asia, with one notable omission from her itinerary.
Biden’s Multilateral Approach to China Is Paying Off
June 15, 2021

Biden’s Multilateral Approach to China Is Paying Off

By Gray Sergeant
The G-7 summit was testament to how far U.S. allies have moved on the China issue.

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