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Amid Reports of Blinken Visit, China Remain Ambivalent
February 04, 2023

Amid Reports of Blinken Visit, China Remain Ambivalent

By Hemant Adlakha
Sections of China’s officialdom and academia are adamant that the U.S. secretary of state should not be welcome in Beijing. 

Spy Balloon Incident Roils China-US Relations Ahead of Blinken Trip
February 03, 2023

Spy Balloon Incident Roils China-US Relations Ahead of Blinken Trip

By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S. military announced it was tracking a surveillance balloon from China over the continental United States.
What the US Gets Wrong About Taiwan and Deterrence
January 23, 2023

What the US Gets Wrong About Taiwan and Deterrence

By Michael D. Swaine
Rather than preventing a war with China over Taiwan, a policy centered on military deterrence could spark one.

US, Chinese Officials Discuss Climate, Economy Ahead of World Economic Forum
January 19, 2023

US, Chinese Officials Discuss Climate, Economy Ahead of World Economic Forum

By Fatima Hussein
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen held her first face-to-face meeting with outgoing Vice Premier Liu He in Zurich.

Back to Diplomacy? The Bumpy Road to Sino-American Détente
December 24, 2022

Back to Diplomacy? The Bumpy Road to Sino-American Détente

By Giuseppe Paparella
The tense years before China-U.S. normalization hold lessons about the value of backdoor diplomatic channels.

China, the US, and a Tale of 2 Professors
December 23, 2022

China, the US, and a Tale of 2 Professors

By Hemant Adlakha
While a U.S. professor receives positive press for challenging the “anti-China” mindset, a Chinese expert gets smeared for being too “pro-U.S.”

After the Biden-Xi Meeting: Righting China-US Relations
December 05, 2022

After the Biden-Xi Meeting: Righting China-US Relations

By Dingding Chen and Chen Yingfan
Dwindling communication opportunities between the two countries are gradually eroding the foundation of stable relations.
Andrew Small on the Origins of ‘China’s War With the West’
November 22, 2022

Andrew Small on the Origins of ‘China’s War With the West’

By Shannon Tiezzi
Small traces the downward trajectory of China’s relationships with the United States and EU countries.

Biden-Xi Summit Shows an Uneasy Peace Emerging Between China and the US
November 15, 2022

Biden-Xi Summit Shows an Uneasy Peace Emerging Between China and the US

By Brian Wong
What factors are behind the reframing of the relationship, and will it last?

In First Face-to-Face Meeting With Xi, Biden Emphasizes Taiwan
November 15, 2022

In First Face-to-Face Meeting With Xi, Biden Emphasizes Taiwan

By Seung Min Kim and Zeke Miller
Biden emphasized his wish to avoid conflict and “a new Cold War” with China.

China Was an Issue in the US Midterms, Especially in Attack Ads
November 09, 2022

China Was an Issue in the US Midterms, Especially in Attack Ads

By Joe Renouard
In hundred of campaign ads, China is portrayed as both a threat to American interests and a partner for corrupt elites in the United States.
Blinken, Wang Have First China-US Talks Since 20th Party Congress
November 01, 2022

Blinken, Wang Have First China-US Talks Since 20th Party Congress

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Chinese foreign minister stressed to his U.S. counterpart that Washington should not expect Beijing to change course.

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