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US Deputy Secretary of State to Visit China After All
July 23, 2021

US Deputy Secretary of State to Visit China After All

By Shannon Tiezzi
With Sherman already in the region, the U.S. confirmed she is adding China to her itinerary.

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.
The US Needs a New China Strategy
July 16, 2021

The US Needs a New China Strategy

By Xinrong Zhu and Dingding Chen
The United States is currently at a crossroads with its strategic approach to China. Can “neo-engagement” provide a path forward?

What the G-7 Summit in Cornwall Means for Asia
June 15, 2021

What the G-7 Summit in Cornwall Means for Asia

By Duncan Bartlett
Besides seeing a stronger stance emerge on China, the summit had implications for the North Korea issue as well as Japan-South Korea relations.

Emerging Military Technologies and a Future Taiwan Strait Conflict
May 28, 2021

Emerging Military Technologies and a Future Taiwan Strait Conflict

By Ankit Panda
How will changes in military technology bear on a potential near-future U.S.-China conflict?

The US Should Restore its Fulbright and Peace Corps Programs in China
May 06, 2021

The US Should Restore its Fulbright and Peace Corps Programs in China

By Euhwa Tran
Encouraging Americans to live, study and work abroad will contribute to making the United States a more open, tolerant, and inclusive society.

Will Easing of Student Visa Restrictions Rekindle China-US Exchanges?
May 05, 2021

Will Easing of Student Visa Restrictions Rekindle China-US Exchanges?

By Eleanor Albert
It's a step in the right direction, but there are still substantial hurdles - both logistical and political - for Chinese students to come to the U.S.
Can China-US Relations Improve During the Biden Administration?
May 04, 2021

Can China-US Relations Improve During the Biden Administration?

By Ge Jianhao and Dingding Chen
So far, there have been no major changes in Biden’s China policy, but there’s still hope for a stabilized relationship.

We’re Not in a Cold War With China, We’re in a Green War for Survival
April 30, 2021

We’re Not in a Cold War With China, We’re in a Green War for Survival

By Edward J. Markey
We cannot save the “pale blue dot, the only home we’ve ever known” without spurring China -- and ourselves -- to action.

Senate’s Strategic Competition Act Will Make China-US Relations Worse, Not Better
April 27, 2021

Senate’s Strategic Competition Act Will Make China-US Relations Worse, Not Better

By Sara Hsu
The overall thrust of the Strategic Competition Act of 2021 is that China is an adversary that cannot be negotiated with.

China and US to Send in New Ambassadors
April 26, 2021

China and US to Send in New Ambassadors

By Eleanor Albert
Qin Gang and Nicholas Burns will be taking on the high-profile postings during a time of renewed tensions.
Outlook: China-US Cross-Border Investment
April 19, 2021

Outlook: China-US Cross-Border Investment

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jean-Marc F. Blanchard.

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