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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?
The US-China Relationship Is a Shakespearean Tragedy
August 03, 2020

The US-China Relationship Is a Shakespearean Tragedy

By Zheng Wang
We are silently witnessing the biggest strategic misjudgment in history: Two superpowers are sliding toward conflict when they still share huge common interests.

Team Biden’s Policies on China and Taiwan
July 16, 2020

Team Biden’s Policies on China and Taiwan

By Yang Kuang-shun
To understand a possible President Biden's China approach, we need to look at the views of his likely advisers.

China’s Foreign Minister Strikes Conciliatory Tone to Bring US Ties Back From the Brink
July 11, 2020

China’s Foreign Minister Strikes Conciliatory Tone to Bring US Ties Back From the Brink

By Eleanor Albert
In speech on Thursday, Wang Yi tried for a reset in U.S.-China relations amid worsening tensions.

A US-China Détente in 2021: A Word of Caution
June 18, 2020

A US-China Détente in 2021: A Word of Caution

By Maxime Chervaux
Trump’s China policy is about domestic politics, and it has shown some successes.

How Unique Is Trump’s China Policy?
June 17, 2020

How Unique Is Trump’s China Policy?

By Keikichi Takahashi
The current U.S. approach reflects a sea change on China that began before Trump’s election – and will continue after his administration ends.
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.

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