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Why the US and China Can’t Get to Yes (Even When They Could)
November 20, 2018

Why the US and China Can’t Get to Yes (Even When They Could)

By Meicen Sun & Jacob Sotiriadis
A difference in diplomatic styles between the United States and China has mattered a great deal.
New Video Shows Moment of Near-Collision Between US and Chinese Warship in South China Sea
November 05, 2018

New Video Shows Moment of Near-Collision Between US and Chinese Warship in South China Sea

By Ankit Panda
A Chinese destroyer issued an unusually hostile verbal warning to the crew of a U.S. destroyer.

What Does 'Competition' Between the United States and China Really Mean?
October 08, 2018

What Does 'Competition' Between the United States and China Really Mean?

By Ankit Panda
Many of Mike Pence's grievances with China were valid, but competition alone is not a strategy.

Where Will US-Taiwan Relations Under Trump End Up?
September 27, 2018

Where Will US-Taiwan Relations Under Trump End Up?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Individual actions by Washington need to be assessed in broader perspective to evaluate their significance for the future of ties. 

China Postpones Military-to-Military Talks With US After CAATSA Sanctions
September 23, 2018

China Postpones Military-to-Military Talks With US After CAATSA Sanctions

By Ankit Panda
The U.S. decision to sanction Beijing has resulted in a setback to military-to-military dialogue.
How Can the US Manage Sino-Russian Rapprochement?
September 21, 2018

How Can the US Manage Sino-Russian Rapprochement?

By Robert Farley
Mutual dislike for the U.S.-led order has brought Russia and China together.

What Role Does Soft Power Play in China-US Relations?
May 08, 2018

What Role Does Soft Power Play in China-US Relations?

By Farwa Aamer
Can soft power be reimagined beyond the parameters of competition in Sino-U.S. relations?
The Case of ZTE and US-China Relations
May 02, 2018

The Case of ZTE and US-China Relations

By Dingding Chen
We might be entering a new era in the economic relationship between China and the United States. ZTE's case shows why.

Is China Forging a New Tripolar World Order?
April 25, 2018

Is China Forging a New Tripolar World Order?

By N. Janardhan
We could soon have a new tripolar world order, with China joining the United States and Russia at the helm of global affairs.

Weaponizing Commerce: Trump, China, and CFIUS
March 29, 2018

Weaponizing Commerce: Trump, China, and CFIUS

By Guido Alberto Casanova
U.S. perceptions that Chinese trade and investment practices are unfair and harmful for national interests are here to stay.

What Could the United States Have Done – If Anything – To Prevent China's Rise?
February 17, 2018

What Could the United States Have Done – If Anything – To Prevent China's Rise?

By Robert Farley
The United States did not undertake the difficult and expensive steps necessary to prevent the economic and military rise of China.
The Trump Administration's National Security and National Defense Strategies Reveal a Change in Mindset Toward China
January 26, 2018

The Trump Administration's National Security and National Defense Strategies Reveal a Change in Mindset Toward China

By Dingding Chen
Competition is going to be fierce, but conflict is still less likely and manageable.

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