Tag Archives: China-US Relations

US Should Face Up to Reality of China
The China-US Asia-Pacific Consultations held in Beijing this week was inaugurated in 2011 in Honolulu, Hawaii, to reflect the commitment by the two nations' leaders to build a positive, cooperative and comprehensive relationship. The proper phrase for which is building a new type of major country relationship. However, rhetoric and policies in Washington often do not reflect such a goal.
China Comes to the Caribbean
Is China engaging in a modern day version of dollar diplomacy? As Fernando Menéndez explains, China’s use of political and economic influence mirrors the previous intervention of the United States in Central America and the Caribbean.
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US Rebalancing and Competition with China
In an excerpt from an article to be published in the first issue of the 2014 Fudan American Review, Cui Liru examines the United States’ rebalance to the Asia-Pacific and explains why China has become its strategic competitor in the region.
Beijing Braces for Afghanistan 2014
During the past dozen years, China’s economic and strategic interests in Afghanistan have grown considerably. Following U.S. military involvement in Afghanistan, Richard Weitz discusses the potential for cooperation between Beijing and Washington in the region.
APEC at 25: China-US Cooperation is Key to the Future
This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, which will be held in China. While there is much to celebrate at this juncture, Wu Zhenglong points out that further cooperation between the US and China is key to APEC’s future success and the economic stability of member countries.
Join Hands For A Peaceful Middle East
In 2014, China and the US should cooperate on promoting security and stability in the Middle East, writes Wu Sike.
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Can China and the US Transcend Thucydides’ Trap?
In the History of the Peloponnesian War, Thucydides posits that the ascension of a rising power is typically accompanied by the fall of the ruling power. However, by exploring two unprecedented realities in today’s society, Peng Guangqian lays out the argument for why the US and China can coexist.
A New Model of Major-Country Relations: The New Driving Force Behind China-US Relations
The China-US relationship is, by all accounts, the decisive factor that will shape the future of the Asia-Pacific region and the world. It faces both opportunities and challenges in 2014. A stronger sense of shared responsibilities will put the new model of relations that both sides desire on a more solid footing, writes, Ruan Zongze.
Interaction Drives Development of Major-Country Relations
Looking back on the past year, Yu Sui analyzes several geopolitical events and the major interactions between China, the United States and Russia to determine that more positive overtures are needed to construct collaborative relations between the three leading, global powers.
The Prospects of the U.S. Asia-Pacific Rebalance Strategy
Exploring the prospects of the Obama administration’s rebalancing strategy in the Asia-Pacific, Chen Jimin describes four factors that will constrain the strategy’s success.
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Work for Better Major-Country Relations
On December 16 (Dec 15 US time), 1978, China and the United States simultaneously announced that they would formally establish diplomatic relations on January 1, 1979. Amazing changes have taken place in the past 35 years. Where will the Sino-US relationship head to in the next 35 year? That is a question people of both countries and the world hope to find a satisfactory answer to, writes Chen Yonglong.
Why China Needs To Take It Slowly
U.S. Journalist Tom Plate discusses China’s need for patience in an excerpt from his new book “In the Middle of the Future.”
Double Intentions of Obama’s Asia-Pacific Rebalance
Chen Jimin analyzes the intentions and strategy behind the Obama administration’s Asia-Pacific rebalance.
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Did Vice President Biden’s Asian Trip Advance US-China Relations?
Reflecting on Vice President Joe Biden’s trip to Asia, Stephen Harner analyzes the success of the Vice President’s diplomatic overtures and argues that a “commitment to action and adjustment” is necessary to continue building relations in the region.
Biden in Beijing for Candid Talks with Chinese Leaders
Following Vice President Joe Biden’s trip to Beijing, Wang Wenfeng reflects upon the US perception of China’s newly-established Air Defense Identification Zone and lays out four positive signals from the visit.
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