US-China relations


The Abrupt Dismissal of Qin Gang Reduces China’s Efforts in Winning Back Foreign Investors

Ian Murphy

Backtracking on Qin Gang’s appointment weakens China’s attempts at winning back international investments.


China, Janet Yellen and Diplomacy, Step-By-Step

Deutsche Welle

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen plays the role of facilitator in rebuilding U.S.-China relations, demonstrated by her efforts in bridging dialogues on climate change and debt relief for poorer countries.


How Taiwan Can Survive the Next Phase of the US-China Rivalry

Taiwan Insight

As the African proverb goes: 'When two elephants fight, it is the grass that gets trampled.'


Want to Understand the US-China Trade War? Turn Back the Clock to 1784

Stuart Heaver

Trade tensions between the US and China have roots in 18th century tea tariffs and opium clippers.


China Snaps Back at US Over Newly Issued Travel Advisory


The US State Department urged travelers to China to 'exercise increased caution' on Jan. 3.


OPINION: The Departure of James Mattis Is a Dire Warning for Taiwan

New Bloom

Taiwan should note that the US can no longer be counted on to unconditionally support its allies.


Xi and Trump's G20 Tariff Truce: The Trade War Is Far From Over

The Interpreter

The US and China paused a tariff hike, effectively kicking the can 90 days down the road.


OPINION: US-China Hostilities Risk Leaving US Economy Cold

East Asia Forum

A new Cold War was not inevitable but now that it's here the US would do well to focus on fostering its technological prowess.


Why It's So Difficult for the US to Divorce Itself From China

The Interpreter

Like it or not, rapidly 'decoupling' from China might get messy should the United States try it.

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