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Huawei Executive Resolves Criminal Charges in Deal With US
September 25, 2021

Huawei Executive Resolves Criminal Charges in Deal With US

By Eric Tucker and Jim Mustian
The deferred prosecution agreement paves the way for Meng Wanzhou to be released in a case that has roiled China’s relationships with both Canada and the U.S.
China’s Xi, Like Biden Hours Earlier, Turns to Calm Language in UN Remarks
September 23, 2021

China’s Xi, Like Biden Hours Earlier, Turns to Calm Language in UN Remarks

By Ted Anthony
In a pre-recorded speech, Xi reiterated China’s commitment to “dialogue and cooperation” and refrained from criticizing the U.S. by name.

19 Months Into the Pandemic, China Is Still Shutting Out US Students
September 16, 2021

19 Months Into the Pandemic, China Is Still Shutting Out US Students

By Ethan McAndrews, Anthony Edwards, and Hannah Sorenson
Beijing’s lack of foreign student reciprocity poses a major threat to the long-term future of the China-U.S. relationship.

Easing China-US Tensions: Lessons From Nixon’s 1972 Trip
September 11, 2021

Easing China-US Tensions: Lessons From Nixon’s 1972 Trip

By Max Plithides
Modern thinkers widely misunderstand the contemporaneous significance of Nixon’s 1972 trip to China. That significance provides a blueprint for thawing the current tensions.

Biden Calls Xi as China-US Relationship Grows More Fraught
September 11, 2021

Biden Calls Xi as China-US Relationship Grows More Fraught

By Aamer Madhani and Joe McDonald
Biden initiated the call with Xi, the second between the two leaders since Biden took office, after lower-level exchanges proved unproductive.
Fentanyl in America: A Barometer of the China-US Relationship
August 31, 2021

Fentanyl in America: A Barometer of the China-US Relationship

By Bonnie Girard
China has numerous potential avenues for cracking down on illegal drug production and export. What it lacks is the political will to do so.

The Biden Administration’s China Sanctions Dilemma
August 04, 2021

The Biden Administration’s China Sanctions Dilemma

By Jin Kai
Washington keeps adding new sanctions on China, despite a distinct lack of results.
Who Is Qin Gang, China’s New US Ambassador?
July 30, 2021

Who Is Qin Gang, China’s New US Ambassador?

By Lizzi C. Lee
Qin has little U.S. experience, unlike his predecessors. But he may have something even more valuable: direct access to Xi Jinping.

During Latest Exchange, China Presents US With 2 Lists of Grievances
July 26, 2021

During Latest Exchange, China Presents US With 2 Lists of Grievances

By Shannon Tiezzi
Based on the official read-outs from both sides, it seems Wendy Sherman’s trip to China didn’t go much beyond repeating lengthy lists of concern.

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?

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