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U.S. China policy

How Will the Next US President Tackle the China Economic Challenge?

How Will the Next US President Tackle the China Economic Challenge?

By Wendy Cutler
While there are important similarities between the Biden and Trump approaches toward China, there are also stark and meaningful differences.

Does Competing with the Chinese Communist Party Mean ‘Kicking It When It’s Down?’

Does Competing with the Chinese Communist Party Mean ‘Kicking It When It’s Down?’

By Raja Krishnamoorthi
No. It means American must reaffirm our commitment to investing in people, production, partnerships, and protection -- and embrace our fundamental political tradition of self-examination and improvement.
Does the 2024 US Defense Policy Bill Signify Bipartisan Agreement on China?

Does the 2024 US Defense Policy Bill Signify Bipartisan Agreement on China?

By Jiachen Shi
There is less consensus on U.S. China policy than it might seem, particularly among rank-and-file politicians. 

The History and Future of China Studies in the US

The History and Future of China Studies in the US

By Zhuoran Li
Things may look bleak today, but it’s a far cry from the era of zero contact in the 1950s and ‘60s.

Biden vs Trump: Who Would Have a Bigger Impact on China-US Relations?

Biden vs Trump: Who Would Have a Bigger Impact on China-US Relations?

By Dingding Chen and Xinrong Zhu
Looking ahead to a potential 2024 presidential match-up and the implications for U.S. China policy.

Taiwan’s Election Is Not a Turning Point for US Policy 

Taiwan’s Election Is Not a Turning Point for US Policy 

By Robert Sutter
Regardless of who wins in January 2024, we can expect continuity in U.S. policy toward Taiwan and China.

The Newsom-DeSantis Debate Reveals Growing Partisan Conflict Over US China Policy

The Newsom-DeSantis Debate Reveals Growing Partisan Conflict Over US China Policy

By Jiachen Shi
The debate between the state governors highlighted the divide between Democrats and Republicans on China.
Some China Contacts With Henry Kissinger

Some China Contacts With Henry Kissinger

By Jerome A. Cohen
Dr. Jerome Cohen offers his personal experiences interacting with Kissinger on China issues – with all the complexity that involved.

Bridging the Narrative Gap in China-US Relations

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. 

House Speaker Drama Will Plunge US China Policy Into Uncertainty

House Speaker Drama Will Plunge US China Policy Into Uncertainty

By Jiachen Shi
Kevin McCarthy's ouster – and the rising power of the Freedom Caucus – will intensify internal divisions on China policy.

What US National (Dis)Unity Means for China Policy

What US National (Dis)Unity Means for China Policy

By Giuseppe Paparella
Historically, the U.S. approach to China has had a unique relationship to the ebb and flow of national cohesion at home.
US Congress’ Role in Countering the China Challenge

US Congress’ Role in Countering the China Challenge

By Robert Sutter
Both the Biden administration and Congress deserve credit for handling this initial stage of acute rivalry with China.

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