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(Photo by the Associated Press) by Rob La Terza Tensions between the US and China have been high for over a year thanks to China’s treatment of Uighurs and the trade...
(Ambassador Winston Lord, left, and Wenshan Jia, right) By Wenshan Jia I. Building Bridges Versus Building Walls: Winston Lord and Donald Trump visit Southern California This week, American...
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 of national-security experts.  As I described in my previous article, it is evident that the...
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)...
(Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images) No one thought Donald Trump could win the Presidency in 2016. One of Trump's favorite talking points during the race was that if elected, he would give China hell...
O’Brien should balance his perspectives on zero-sum power competition with the need for genuine cooperation between China and the United States.
By Eric Fan. A Republican senator from Georgia, David Perdue, became a fortuitous hero for some foreign communities when he stepped on the Senate floor last Thursday and stopped an attempt to fast-track a bill that would drastically...
Rob La Terza In recent days, President Trump has accused his political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, of improperly using his position to help his son Hunter Biden’s business fortunes. On October 3,...
The latest G20 Summit, an annual meeting  of international leaders from 20 countries and international organizations, convened last weekend from July 8-9th in Hamburg, Germany. Important areas of discussion for the 12th meeting of these global leaders included climate change and sustainable development, the global financial system and its growth, counter-terrorism, the spread...
Speech By Susan Thornton, former Assistant Secretary of State, at the Carter Center and Emory University Symposium on “The United States & China at 40: Seeking a New Framework to Manage Bilateral Relations” January 16-19, 2019 Atlanta, Georgia Many of our discussions...

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