Conflicting Economic Ideologies May Impact Future China Policy in the US
By Jiachen Shi
China policy has become a proxy for different economic strategies at home: more investment (and deficit spending) vs. budget cuts and a market-driven approach.
The ‘Taiwan Card’ in US Domestic Politics
By Jiachen Shi, Andrew Devine, and Lin (Kirin) Pu
Democrats and Republicans are competing to show greater support to Taiwan, with real consequences for the U.S.-China-Taiwan triangle.
How American Progressives Think About Asian Security
By Van Jackson
Heading into the 2020 election, U.S. Democrats are coalescing into different schools of thought on Asian security.
The US Democrats’ China Debate
By Craig Kafura
None of Trump’s Democratic would-be rivals look likely to adopt a softer stance on China.
Why a Democratic House Is Not Good News for China
By Xie Tao
Most midterm elections don't have a significant impact on U.S.-China relations. 2018 could be an exception.