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The China Plan: Transatlantic Blueprint for Strategic Competition
April 06, 2021

The China Plan: Transatlantic Blueprint for Strategic Competition

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Sarah Kirchberger.

The Challenges of US China Policy
April 06, 2021

The Challenges of US China Policy

By KAWASHIMA Shin
Trying to deal with individual issues on their merits will be tricky.
US Sanctions 24 China and Hong Kong Officials Ahead of Talks
March 18, 2021

US Sanctions 24 China and Hong Kong Officials Ahead of Talks

By Zen Soo
The U.S. response to Beijing's electoral reform in Hong Kong further dampens prospects for the first high-level dialogue this week.

On Final Day in Office, Secretary Pompeo Declares China Has Committed ‘Genocide’
January 20, 2021

On Final Day in Office, Secretary Pompeo Declares China Has Committed ‘Genocide’

By Shannon Tiezzi
It will fall to the Biden administration to deal with the consequences of Pompeo’s statement on the crackdown in Xinjiang.

‘Crazy and Vile’: China Reacts With Fury to US Sanctions on Top Legislators
December 09, 2020

‘Crazy and Vile’: China Reacts With Fury to US Sanctions on Top Legislators

By Shannon Tiezzi
Washington’s latest Hong Kong sanctions have hit a nerve, but Beijing is also conscious of the Trump administration’s looming expiration date.

5 Steps Joe Biden Should Take to Confront the China Challenge
December 05, 2020

5 Steps Joe Biden Should Take to Confront the China Challenge

By Joey Siu
China is a looming threat to international order. U.S. leadership in confronting the issue has never been more important.

Citing Forced Labor Concerns, US Issues Ban on Xinjiang Cotton
December 04, 2020

Citing Forced Labor Concerns, US Issues Ban on Xinjiang Cotton

By Eleanor Albert
U.S. businesses should not be allowed “to profit from slave labor,” a U.S. official said of the ban.
After a Humbling Election Experience, Will the US Change Its Tune on China?
November 30, 2020

After a Humbling Election Experience, Will the US Change Its Tune on China?

By Jin Kai
The 2020 U.S. election undermines Washington’s bid to act as a beacon for the world.

The US State Department China Policy Paper: Hits and Misses
November 20, 2020

The US State Department China Policy Paper: Hits and Misses

By Andy Zelleke
The document is short on prescriptions, but provides a more nuanced diagnosis of the problem than usually found in Trump administration statements.

Biden Must Not Be Tempted by the Mirage of a US-China Reset
November 10, 2020

Biden Must Not Be Tempted by the Mirage of a US-China Reset

By Valerie Niquet
The temptation of reconciliation will face the stark reality of the CCP's ambitions and behavior.

With New State Department Web Page, US Ramps up Emphasis on China’s Xinjiang Abuses
September 16, 2020

With New State Department Web Page, US Ramps up Emphasis on China’s Xinjiang Abuses

By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S.-China battle of the narratives over Xinjiang continues to heat up.
Why Is America Dusting off Its Anti-Communist Playbook?
August 25, 2020

Why Is America Dusting off Its Anti-Communist Playbook?

By Jin Kai
Why, at this particular moment, is Washington so persistently intent on fighting China, especially the so-called “evil” communist regime?

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