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Habits of Highly Effective Collaboration: Kurt Campbell on U.S.-China Relations

Image Source: The Strategist, June 30th, 2016 Since the Mar-a-Lago Summit in early April: questions about how the Sino-American relationship will congeal under the Trump administration have been brought to the forefront.  Kurt Campbell, former Assistant Secretary of State under President…

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“One China” Policy: Its Past and Future

Taiwan: a country with which the US recognises no legal official representative nor maintains diplomatic relations. The relationship was rocked…

US-China Briefing Points: 4 Takeaways from the Xi-Trump Summit

1. “We have developed a friendship” Neither candidate in the 2016 American elections could be described as “friendly” towards…

Zhong Jianhua: China's OBOR and its Implications for Sino-African Relations

On April 5, 2017, Emory University, in conjunction with the Atlanta Confucius Institute and the Emory Institute for Developing Nations…

When Xi Comes Around

After leaked news from a Politico subsidiary reported  that Chinese Premier Xi Jinping and President Donald Trump will officially meet…

US-China Briefing Points: 4 Takeaways from the Xi-Trump Summit

1. “We have developed a friendship” Neither candidate in the 2016 American elections could be described as “friendly” towards…

Zhong Jianhua: China's OBOR and its Implications for Sino-African Relations

On April 5, 2017, Emory University, in conjunction with the Atlanta Confucius Institute and the Emory Institute for Developing Nations…

When Australians Feel Unsettled: The Limits of China’s Soft Power

China scholar Feng Chongyi has returned to Australia after being held in China for questioning by Chinese authorities. News of…

How Far Does One Belt One Road Extend?

Has anyone looked at a map lately? The pace of Chinese infrastructure investment has been ramping up around the globe,…

“One China” Policy: Its Past and Future

Taiwan: a country with which the US recognises no legal official representative nor maintains diplomatic relations. The relationship was rocked…

US-China Briefing Points: 4 Takeaways from the Xi-Trump Summit

1. “We have developed a friendship” Neither candidate in the 2016 American elections could be described as “friendly” towards…

A Timeline of Trump’s and the Trump Administration's Actions, Statements And Policies on China

Throughout the course of Donald Trump's campaign and presidency, he has voiced a multitude of different positions with regard to…

Where Can the US, China, and Governments of Africa Work Together?

Where can US, Chinese, and African governments work together? This is the question asked (and answered) by Mohamed Ibn Chambas,…

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It's Not Easy Being Green: US-China Divergence on Climate Change?

Enveloped in smog and following Premier Li Keqiang’s promise to “make our skies blue again”, the city of Beijing…

Smog Looms Over North and Northeastern China

Northern and Northeastern China have been covered in heavy smog. The smog has influenced one tenth of China’s land territory,…

A Water Crisis Spanning Borders

Water is essential for life. It makes up 70% of the human body, as well as a portion of all…

China’s Carbon Emissions May Have Peaked, but It’s Hazy

  BEIJING — A year and a half ago, negotiators from the United States persuaded the Chinese government to commit to…

When Australians Feel Unsettled: The Limits of China’s Soft Power

China scholar Feng Chongyi has returned to Australia after being held in China for questioning by Chinese authorities. News of…

Laowai in Beijing Pens Rap Parodies About China

For something a little lighter, take a listen to Big Daddy Dough’s Beijing State of Mind. Andrew Dougherty, aka Big Daddy…

Americans Hold More Negative Views of China Than Before: Survey

The Pew Research Center has recently released the results of a survey polling Americans on their perception of China, finding…

JIN ON JIN: Two Contrasting Perspectives On The Future Of The United States

Editor’s note: General Jin Yinan, an influential professor at the National Defence University in China, and Christopher Jin, Silicon Valley resident…

Is the New Shanghai Communique on the Horizon?

On Monday March 13, 2017 Axios, a politico affiliate, first reported on plans for President Trump and President Xi Jingping…

China and the US need to build a new framework for economic cooperation

Columnist Yiping Huang said economic power should be given to economic development and growth in emerging power. Emerging economies should…

Sino-US relations: Bump in the "new normal"

FT columnist Stephens: Global order in the 21st century and Sino-US relations will be determined by three elements, namely "cooperation,…

British Journal: Sino-US game birth of a new world order

British Journal: The Sino-US game has created a new world pattern. This does not mean that there will be a Cold War…

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