Swapping Tariffs for Trade Deals?

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

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...

“Meeting the Challenge of China” with Senator Mark Warner, US Institute of Peace

On September 23, Senator Mark R. Warner delivered remarks on U.S. – China relations at an event hosted by the United States Institute for Peace (UISP)’s China Program. He emphasized China’s threat to U.S. power and global influence through utilizing the global access, resources, and power that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)...

President Trump’s Allegations Against the Bidens: Quid Pro Faux?

Rob La Terza In recent days, President Trump has accused his political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, of...

Be a Warrior of Bridge Building Instead of Wall Building

(Ambassador Winston Lord, left, and Wenshan Jia, right) By Wenshan Jia I. Building Bridges Versus Building...

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...

President Carter Commemorates China’s 70th Anniversary, President Xi Responds

President Carter with President Xi, 2009 (Photo by CNN) In recognition of the People's Republic of China's 70th anniversary,...

Contentious Immigration Bill Divides Student Communities

By Eric Fan. A Republican senator from Georgia, David Perdue, became a fortuitous hero for some foreign communities when he stepped on the...

O’Brien on China: Trump’s New National Security Advisor and the Future of U.S.—China Relations

O’Brien should balance his perspectives on zero-sum power competition with the need for genuine cooperation between China and the United States.

China’s Pork Crisis and the US-China Trade War

In 2019, it may be pork diplomacy that prevents Washington and Beijing from digging a pit too deep for either to climb out.

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