Turbulent Waters: (Mis)Managing the Rise of China by Robert S. Ross

"The U.S.-China power transition is approaching a critical juncture. The rapid improvement of China’s relative economic influence and naval capabilities in East Asia has...

China and America: The Age of Realist Geoeconomics by William H. Overholt

"Post-World War II Asia experienced a transformation of the strategic environment, defined by two changes. For the first time, human beings learned how to...

U.S.-China Relations: Revisionist History by David M. Lampton

"There cannot be order in the world without an orderly and minimally productive U.S.-China relationship. Neither country will be able to realize its potential...

China’s Economic Transformation: A Threat to the Liberal Global Order? by Arthur R. Kroeber

"In the phrase of Council on Foreign Relations scholar Elizabeth Economy, “China is an illiberal state seeking leadership in a liberal world order.” This...

The Role of American NGOs and Civil Society Actors in an Evolving U.S.-China Relationship...

"When we think about the US-China bilateral relationship we often think about economics, trade, politics and strategic security. Less prominent in our discussion is...

A Crisis is a Terrible Thing to Waste by Ryan Hass

"The U.S.-China relationship has now reached what respected China scholar David M. Lampton describes as a “tipping point.i” The basic assumptions and expectations that...

The United States and China from Partners to Competitors by Harry Harding

"Although the collapse of the Soviet Union had eliminated the common threat that had brought China and the U.S. together in the 1960s and...

Sino-American Interactions, Past and Future by Amb. Chas W. Freeman, Jr. (USFS, Ret.)

"December 15, 2018 will mark the fortieth anniversary of Jimmy Carter’s and Deng Xiaoping’s politically courageous agreement to “normalize” the relationship between Washington and...

Financial System Engagement and Harmonization by David Dollar

"During the 40 years since the normalization of U.S.-China relations, a key issue has been financial system engagement and harmonization. U.S. public and private...

Chinese Americans and China: A Fraught and Complicated Relationship by Gordon H. Chang

"January 1, 1979 for many Chinese Americans (those of Chinese ancestry who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents) was a joyous moment. They enthusiastically...

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