Decentering the U.S.-China Relationship in the Climate Agenda
By Taylah Bland
Both the U.S. and China have made progress on their domestic climate agendas. What if pressing for deeper cooperation between them is beside the point?
The New Geopolitics of Climate Change
By Scott Moore
As climate action becomes a question of geopolitical competition, the world’s major economies look ready to finally take serious steps to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Why the US-China Climate Deal Matters
By Rishikesh Ram Bhandary
The joint statement is a milestone ahead of upcoming climate change talks in Paris.
The Missing Piece of US-China Relations: Trust
By Michael Tai
"U.S. antipathy to China is rooted in angst about its rise and the prospect of American decline."
US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue: Putting on a Brave Face
By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S. and China tried their best to steer clear of controversy at their premier dialogue platform.
The Oil Slick on the Road to China-US Climate Cooperation
By David Livingston and Wang Tao
Without cooperation on oil, China's transition to a sustainable energy future is hardly guaranteed.
China’s Reality in the US-China Climate Change Deal
By Sara Hsu
Despite the skepticism, China made some substantial commitments in this week’s agreement.