Dropping the Ball: NBA Dispute and More Threaten Trade Talks

(Photo by the Associated Press) by Rob La Terza Tensions between the US and China have...

Matthew Pottinger: Architect of the Chinese Cold War

By Michael B. Cerny. After the abrupt exit of John Bolton as National Security Advisor in mid-September, the White House has been shuffling its team...

The 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates on China: Policy Profiles

(Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images) No one thought Donald Trump could win the Presidency in 2016. One of Trump's...

Coronavirus Battle in China: Process and Prospect

The Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS) recently released a report discussing the impacts of the novel 2019-nCoV virus, from government ability...

China Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCov) Outbreak Updates

According to a New England Journal of Medicine article contributed by Chinese researchers, the first case of 2019-nCoV was reported on December...

Swapping Tariffs for Trade Deals?

By Rob La Terza Trade talks on October 10th and 11th surpassed expectations, as President Donald Trump announced that...

Coronavirus and Chinese Public Policy: An Interview with Huang Yanzhong

On January 30, the World Health Organization officially designated the Wuhan coronavirus, nCov-2019, as a “public health emergency of international concern.” We...

The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act Explained

By Rob La Terza In a rare moment of bipartisanship, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Hong...

A Bridge Too Far: Unscrambling ‘Ron Vara’

If U.S.-China relations are analogized to building a bridge across the Pacific, a government official falsifying sources or information in academic publications, even if in jest, is like a civil engineer using erroneous math as a practical joke. Failing to correct these errors threatens the stability of the entire project, with potentially catastrophic results.

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