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Chinese Views of the US and Russia After the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
May 14, 2022

Chinese Views of the US and Russia After the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

By Richard Q. Turcsanyi
A new survey taken after the Russian invasion of Ukraine finds that the Chinese are very negative about the U.S., very positive about Russia – and very confident about China.

In the China-US Competition, Xi Jinping’s Loss Is Biden’s Gain
May 09, 2022

In the China-US Competition, Xi Jinping’s Loss Is Biden’s Gain

By Sam Bresnick and Nathaniel Sher
Instead of seeking to transform China, the Biden administration is content to see China’s foreign and domestic policies hamper its competitiveness.
US Pentagon Chief Speaks for 1st Time to Chinese Counterpart
April 20, 2022

US Pentagon Chief Speaks for 1st Time to Chinese Counterpart

By Robert Burns
For months, Austin has failed to get Gen. Xu Qiliang, deputy chairman of the Party's Central Military Commission, on the phone. Instead, he spoke to lower-ranked Defense Minister Gen. Wei Fenghe.

Why Do Many Chinese Sympathize With Russia in the Ukraine Conflict?
March 18, 2022

Why Do Many Chinese Sympathize With Russia in the Ukraine Conflict?

By Wang Wen
Many Chinese believe that Russia faces a real security threat from the United States – and that China will face a similar threat in the future.

Sullivan, Yang Talk Ukraine, Taiwan in ‘Intense’ China-US Meeting
March 15, 2022

Sullivan, Yang Talk Ukraine, Taiwan in ‘Intense’ China-US Meeting

By Shannon Tiezzi
The 7-hour talks covered a range of bilateral and international issues, but the U.S. and China chose to focus on very different things.

Nixon Goes to China: The Wider Impact
February 25, 2022

Nixon Goes to China: The Wider Impact

By Bonnie Girard
Beyond its seismic implications for China-U.S. relations, the rapprochement reshaped politics across the Asia-Pacific – and beyond.

‘Only Nixon Could Go to China’; Only Xi Can Go to America?
February 21, 2022

‘Only Nixon Could Go to China’; Only Xi Can Go to America?

By Brian Wong and Scott Singer
50 years after the famous Nixon-Mao meeting, today’s leaders can learn from their nuanced political leadership.
Nixon and China: 50 Years Later
February 21, 2022

Nixon and China: 50 Years Later

By Francis P. Sempa
Revisiting Nixon’s famous trip to China and his own analysis of China-U.S. relations in the decades that followed.

How China Intervened in a Maryland Effort to Ban Lead From Children’s Products
January 19, 2022

How China Intervened in a Maryland Effort to Ban Lead From Children’s Products

By Flora Yan
2008 marked one of the earliest examples of the Chinese government's direct intervention on a state bill, through aggressive use of a WTO mechanism.

Stabilizing Great Power Rivalries
January 11, 2022

Stabilizing Great Power Rivalries

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Timothy Heath.

Rare Earths: Fighting for the Fuel of the Future
January 08, 2022

Rare Earths: Fighting for the Fuel of the Future

By Brendan P. Dziama, Juan Manuel Chomón Pérez, and Andreas Ganser
Rare earths are as critical to the modern economy as oil – and China has quietly secured a near-monopoly.
China-US Subnational Exchanges Under the Biden Administration
January 04, 2022

China-US Subnational Exchanges Under the Biden Administration

By Flora Yan
Under Biden, Beijing appears to have kept its focus on maintaining and further developing subnational relationships.

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