Can the Biden-Xi Summit Chart the Course to a Stabilized China-US Economic Relationship?
By Bai Peng
The differing interpretations of de-risking by China and the United States highlight the profound unease with which they view the current state and trajectory of their economic relations.
Deciphering the Changing Contours of the China-US Chip War
By Megha Shrivastava
The latest U.S. restrictions on China's semiconductor industry aim to plug loopholes, but will create new ones in turn.
The State of China’s Semiconductor Industry
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Douglas Fuller.
Despite China-US Dialogues, Semiconductor Supply Chain Remains Uncertain
By Darson Chiu and Arisa Liu
The Biden administration is picking up the pace of engagements with China, while simultaneously continuing to tighten restrictions on China’s access to chip technology.
Can Economic Ties Continue to Power China-US Relations?
By Shannon Tiezzi
A visit to China by the U.S. commerce secretary saw more deliverables than any other recent exchange, but there are still hard limits on what can be achieved.
Can Huawei Defy Geopolitical Gravity This Time?
By Lyu Jiaran and Dingding Chen
The White House is considering blocking Huawei's access to items below the 5G level, a move that would have a far-reaching impact on the Chinese tech giant.
Europe’s Misgivings About Sanctions Don’t Bode Well for US Export Controls
By Michael Laha
Agathe Demarais’ new book “Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests” has important insights for the future of U.S. China policy.
Bargaining Chips: US Allies and Export Controls
By Emily Benson
New controls, if maintained, enforced, and ultimately supported by allies, have the potential to reshape the world’s most consequential economic relationships.
Are US Allies Falling out of ‘Alignment’ on China?
By Shannon Tiezzi
The Biden administration trumpets its efforts to build consensus on China policy through consultation. Recent legislation challenged that.
The China-US Tech War: What’s Next?
Johanna Costigan, Shihoko Goto, and Alexandra Seymour the China-U.S. competition for tech dominance and the implications for third countries.
New US Export Controls Need Allied Support
By Hannah Kelley
Stockpiles of wrongs don’t make a human right.
Lithography: The Achilles’ Heel of China’s Semiconductor Industry?
By Justin Feng
Dependence on foreign lithography equipment emerges as a growing liability for Chinese chipmakers in the face of intensifying U.S.-led export controls.