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China Should Follow Its Scholars’ Advice to Biden
November 20, 2020

China Should Follow Its Scholars’ Advice to Biden

By Denny Roy
Chinese analysts have joined the chorus offering advice for Biden's China policy. Those prescriptions are better applied to Beijing's own behavior.

How Should President-Elect Joe Biden Address the US-China Competition?
November 17, 2020

How Should President-Elect Joe Biden Address the US-China Competition?

By Dingding Chen
The rivalry is here to stay, but there are 3 things the Biden administration can do to stabilize the critical relationship.
China and the Coming Biden Presidency
November 14, 2020

China and the Coming Biden Presidency

By Ankit Panda
How will U.S. President-elect Joe Biden manage the U.S.-China relationship?

China Finally Offers Low-Key Congratulations for Biden
November 14, 2020

China Finally Offers Low-Key Congratulations for Biden

By Shannon Tiezzi
Instead of a statement from President Xi or even the foreign minister, a spokesperson offered the briefest of congratulations.

What Should China’s Biden Policy Look Like?
November 13, 2020

What Should China’s Biden Policy Look Like?

By Brian Wong
China should seize upon Biden’s victory to renew its approach to the United States.

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.

Why Hasn’t China Congratulated Joe Biden?
November 10, 2020

Why Hasn’t China Congratulated Joe Biden?

By Shannon Tiezzi
China is keeping its head low for the simple reason that it has nothing to gain by doing anything different.
China’s Influence Operations Hurt Chances for Real Engagement
November 04, 2020

China’s Influence Operations Hurt Chances for Real Engagement

By Chi Wang
Can any organization, regardless of how transparent they are, fully dispel the doubts caused by the actions of the United Front Work Department?

Reading the Soy Leaves: What Soybean Imports Say About China’s 2020 US Election Preferences
October 28, 2020

Reading the Soy Leaves: What Soybean Imports Say About China’s 2020 US Election Preferences

By Elizabeth Wishnick
China is well aware of the political implications of how it handles agricultural imports from the U.S. – in this case, soybeans.

China Retaliates With More Restrictions on US Media
October 27, 2020

China Retaliates With More Restrictions on US Media

By Eleanor Albert
After the U.S. added new restrictions on 6 Chinese media organizations, China followed suit.

Xi Jinping Demands More Focus on the ‘War to Resist American Aggression’
October 21, 2020

Xi Jinping Demands More Focus on the ‘War to Resist American Aggression’

By Shannon Tiezzi
Amid the worst downturn in U.S.-China relations in decades, Xi highlights the one actual conflict fought between the two sides: the Korean War.
Harry Harding on the US, China, and a ‘Cold War 2.0’
October 21, 2020

Harry Harding on the US, China, and a ‘Cold War 2.0’

By Shannon Tiezzi
“Calling it a second Cold War is misleading, but to deny that it’s a Cold War is also disingenuous.”

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