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What If Washington Had Supported Taiwanese Independence in the 1990s?
September 26, 2020

What If Washington Had Supported Taiwanese Independence in the 1990s?

By Robert Farley
This is not to say that taking a hard line on China would have been popular within the United States, politically possible, or even a good idea. But what if?

From the Deal to Decoupling: Trump’s Evolution on China
September 17, 2020

From the Deal to Decoupling: Trump’s Evolution on China

By Bonnie Girard
How far can the administration push without completely upending the foundations of the U.S.-China relationship? We might be about to find out.
US Public Opinion Is Changing the Relationship With China
September 16, 2020

US Public Opinion Is Changing the Relationship With China

By Justin Conrad
It is no longer politically wise to characterize China as a partner or friend.

US Ambassador to China Will Step Down in October
September 14, 2020

US Ambassador to China Will Step Down in October

By Associated Press
Ambassador Terry Branstad will be leaving his post as U.S.-China tensions soar.

China-US Media Relations Are Cratering. That’s a Serious Problem.
September 12, 2020

China-US Media Relations Are Cratering. That’s a Serious Problem.

By Mu Chunshan
Amid the tensions, media on both sides have been casualties. That bodes very poorly for the future of U.S.-China relations.

Is China Really Embracing ‘Wolf Warrior’ Diplomacy?
September 09, 2020

Is China Really Embracing ‘Wolf Warrior’ Diplomacy?

By Dingding Chen
China’s pugnacious diplomatic action is a counter-attack in a specific situation, not a new normal.

A Discussion With US Senator Chris Murphy About Subnational Diplomacy and China
September 09, 2020

A Discussion With US Senator Chris Murphy About Subnational Diplomacy and China

By Catherine Putz
The City and State Diplomacy Act has an unmistakable target, even if the text of bill does not name it: China. 
China, US Hold Delayed Trade Meeting to Discuss ‘Phase 1’ Deal
August 25, 2020

China, US Hold Delayed Trade Meeting to Discuss ‘Phase 1’ Deal

By Associated Press
Both the U.S. and China expressed satisfaction with the talks and the implementation of the deal thus far.

Biden Joins the Anti-China Chorus
August 24, 2020

Biden Joins the Anti-China Chorus

By Amitai Etzioni
Those hoping for a reset may be disappointed.

China Thinks Cooperation With the US Is ‘Unstoppable.’ It’s a Dangerous Assumption.
August 18, 2020

China Thinks Cooperation With the US Is ‘Unstoppable.’ It’s a Dangerous Assumption.

By Shannon Tiezzi
Buoyed by a sense of historical inevitability, Beijing insists it has no responsibility for fraying ties with Washington.

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.
US Anti-China Sentiment Reaches New Peak
August 03, 2020

US Anti-China Sentiment Reaches New Peak

By Amitai Etzioni
We're at the wagging the dog stage.

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