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First Biden-Xi Phone Call Shows Not Much Has Changed in US-China Relations
February 12, 2021

First Biden-Xi Phone Call Shows Not Much Has Changed in US-China Relations

By Shannon Tiezzi
While China calls for cooperation, the new U.S. administration shares many of the same talking points of the Trump team.

How China Joined the Sanctions Game
February 08, 2021

How China Joined the Sanctions Game

By Andrew Rennemo
Sanctions will continue to shape U.S.-China ties – with Beijing starting to give as good as it gets.
Will the Biden Administration Embrace Trump’s Extreme Anti-China Rhetoric?
February 01, 2021

Will the Biden Administration Embrace Trump’s Extreme Anti-China Rhetoric?

By Amitai Etzioni
The new administration will have to sidestep yet another Trump landmine.

The Future of China-US Sanctions Diplomacy
January 29, 2021

The Future of China-US Sanctions Diplomacy

By Brian Wong
Sanctions are here to stay in U.S.-China relations. What does that mean for the relationship?

China Bids Farewell to Trump Administration’s ‘Lies and Madness’
January 21, 2021

China Bids Farewell to Trump Administration’s ‘Lies and Madness’

By Shannon Tiezzi
China’s Foreign Ministry hit a group of outgoing officials, including Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, with sanctions.

Love-Hate Relationships: The Divergent US Perceptions of Japan and China
January 20, 2021

Love-Hate Relationships: The Divergent US Perceptions of Japan and China

By Su-Mei Ooi
A pervasive pro-Japan bias in the U.S. has blinded Americans to the dangers of Japan’s far-right leaders – and reinforced enmity with China.

China Is Already Using the Storming of the US Capitol for Propaganda
January 08, 2021

China Is Already Using the Storming of the US Capitol for Propaganda

By Shannon Tiezzi
Early statements, both official and on Twitter, reveal how the violence in Washington D.C. will benefit China.
6 Suggestions for Biden’s China Policy
January 05, 2021

6 Suggestions for Biden’s China Policy

By Andy Zelleke
Biden will have to lead and negotiate with urgency in three interdependent contexts: at home, with partner governments, and with Beijing.

What Do Chinese People Think of Developed Countries?
December 18, 2020

What Do Chinese People Think of Developed Countries?

By Adam Y. Liu, Xiaojun Li, and Songying Fang
Perceptions of China have darkened in the United States and much of Europe. Are those feelings mutual?

How Should China Use a Biden Window of Opportunity?
December 10, 2020

How Should China Use a Biden Window of Opportunity?

By Dingding Chen
China should take a more proactive stances on Sino-U.S. relations, rather than waiting for and responding to Biden's China policy.

‘Crazy and Vile’: China Reacts With Fury to US Sanctions on Top Legislators
December 09, 2020

‘Crazy and Vile’: China Reacts With Fury to US Sanctions on Top Legislators

By Shannon Tiezzi
Washington’s latest Hong Kong sanctions have hit a nerve, but Beijing is also conscious of the Trump administration’s looming expiration date.
After a Humbling Election Experience, Will the US Change Its Tune on China?
November 30, 2020

After a Humbling Election Experience, Will the US Change Its Tune on China?

By Jin Kai
The 2020 U.S. election undermines Washington’s bid to act as a beacon for the world.

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