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US Lawmakers Issue Dire Warnings on China Competition
In the space of 24 hours this week, a pair of U.S. House committees held hearings exploring measures to counter Beijing’s aggressive use of economic power against the U.S. and its allies.
Is China Pivoting Away From ‘Wolf-warrior’ Diplomacy?
Political analysts say the appointment of a new Chinese foreign minister may reflect Beijing’s attempt to soften its foreign policy approach and warm up to Western diplomats — or fortify itself against U.S. rivalry.
The Korean Peninsula: Why 2023 Will Not Be Like 2017
With Pyongyang provoking with purpose, the temperament of the White House will determine whether there will be a a repeat of the 2017 days of “fire and fury.”
What Does Biden Mean on Taiwan?
When Washington doesn’t speak with one voice, its powers of strategic ambiguity are slowly chipped away.
‘Worse Than MAGA’ – South Korea Erupts Over Biden’s Trade Policy
The U.S. is offering tax credits of up to $7,500 to buyers of electric vehicles assembled in North America, making those manufactured overseas more expensive.
The New Paradigm: Washington Getting Tough on Taipei
'Even career government officials who had served in previous administrations adopted a tougher tone this year, asserting that little progress could be expected in expanding bilateral economic ties unless Taiwan acts decisively to shave its trade deficit with the United States and tackle major outstanding trade issues.'
Washington's Hand Weakens as North Korea Launches ICBM
'US Administrations including this one have long said a North Korean ICBM is unacceptable, but unless the US is prepared to go to war, and risk millions of Korean and Japanese lives in the process, accept it Washington must.'
A Few Home Truths Revealed in China's ‘House of Cards’
'With the clear aim of celebrating President Xi Jinping’s campaign to crack down on corrupt tigers and flies', the drama not only marked the end of a 13-year-long ban on the production and broadcast of corruption-themed TV shows, it was also granted unprecedented flexibility by the censors,' wrote Chinese independent filmmaker Audrey Jiajia Li.
Trump Paints an Overly Rosy Picture Of His Meeting With China’s Xi Jinping
As long as economic nationalists and establishment pragmatists in the White House wage pitched battles over the China policy and Beijing and Washington continue to see each other as potential adversaries, Trump’s prediction that the 'lots of very potentially bad problems will be going away' will turn out to be wildly optimistic.