Tag Archives: China-US Relations

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Why China Avoids Confronting the U.S. in Asia
Following the annual meeting of China’s National People’s Congress, Robert Sutter analyses the current factors impeding Sino-U.S. relations and lays out suggestions for improving coordination and cooperation between the two major powers.
Three Suggestions for Ambassador Max Baucus
As Senator Max Baucus prepares to transition to his new post as U.S. Ambassador to China, Dr. Zheng Wang provides three suggestions for the incoming ambassador based on the lessons drawn from his two predecessors, Jon Huntsman and Gary Locke.
China’s Participation in Cobra Gold 2014: A Golden Opportunity for the United States?
Following China’s recent participation in the U.S.-led Cobra Gold exercise, Nicole Yeo explains how the U.S. military can bridge the gap between personal experiences from the exercises and their larger, intended implications for Sino-U.S. military relations.
Back to the Cold War? The US-China Military Competition
Reflecting on US-USSR relations during the Cold War, Mel Gurtov explains many exaggerations that policy analysts and US officials perceived were due to a Cold War mentality and points out that Sino-US relations may be impacted by similar misinterpretations today.
Why Are the Chinese Concerned About the United States’ ‘Return to Asia Pacific’?
Ma Shikun addresses China’s political and economic concerns over the United States’ “return to Asia Pacific” strategy. This unease centers around three factors: U.S. military deployments targeting China, U.S. collaboration with Shinzo Abe and Benigno S. Aquino III, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
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A Blunder in US Public Diplomacy
Shao criticized the US media and Embassy’s responses to the recent terrorist attack in Kunming. He explained why the Chinese were angry about the Embassy’s statement, and what could the US learn from this diplomatic blunder.
Welcome to China, Mr. Baucus
As the new U.S. Ambassador to China, former Senator Max Baucus takes leadership over a prominent and historically significant foreign policy position.
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On the 35th Anniversary of Sino-US Diplomatic Relations
Jin Canrong and Dong Chunling trace 35 years of Sino-US relations, and forecast opportunities for future cooperation in a new major power relationship.
America’s Moral Dilemma
Following President Barack Obama’s contentious meeting with the Dalai Lama, Tom Watkins examines the tensions between China and Tibet, America’s fiscal crisis, and the need for the United States to put its domestic house in order before the American public will be willing to engage international issues of morality.
US Asia-Pacific Strategy as Seen from Kerry’s Asia Trip
As Secretary of State John Kerry continues his visits to South Korea, China, Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates, Qiu Chaobing analyzes the current issues at the forefront of the United States’ foreign policy agenda and provides insight into what developments can be expected as Kerry’s trip comes to an end.
The “New Type of Major-Country Relationship” Is in Need of Support
The building of a “new-type of major-country relationship” between China and the United States will be more difficult in deeds than in rhetoric, writes Chen Xiangyang.
APEC: A China-US Opportunity to Focus on the Battle of the “Little BRIC”
Curtis S. Chin notes that this year’s Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, which is set to be held in Beijing this fall, has great potential to bring together U.S. and Chinese officials to shape an agenda for continued economic growth.
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Towards a New Model of Major Power Relations
On Feb.20, 2014, at a co-sponsored public event, the Center for American Progress and the China-U.S. Exchange Foundation released a jointly produced report, “U.S.-China Relations: Toward a New Model of Major Power Relationship.”
China-US Cooperation Needs More Two-way Traffic and Focus on Real Big Issues
Xue Junying discusses Secretary Kerry’s recent visit to China, highlighting the dialogue that praised China-U.S. cooperation in combatting climate change.
Respect for China’s Right to Development Is Essential
Rather than issue empty statements about China’s rise, the US should put its slogan into practice, writes Wu Zurong.
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