Tag Archives: China-US Relations

Brzezinski: Why We Need a U.S.-China ‘Pacific Charter’ for Global Stability
In Beijing on Monday, U.S. President Barack Obama called on China to be a "partner in underwriting the international order" instead of "undermining" it.
How to Avoid Another 1914 in Asia in 2014
Asia's hitherto stable and peaceful strategic order faces pressure from the extraordinarily rapid shift in the distribution of wealth and power driven by Asia's, and especially China's, economic growth.
A New Model for China-US Relations?
U.S. President Barack Obama is visiting China for the first time since 2009, and following the APEC Summit will hold his fourth meeting with China’s President Xi Jinping. The two leaders are expected to meet in an informal setting, as they did at Sunnylands in California last year, when Xi […]
Resetting U.S.-China Relations
President Obama arrived in Beijing on Monday for a meeting of the AsiaPacific Economic Cooperation forum. He will meet with China’s president, Xi Jinping, at length on Wednesday. The occasion is a vital opportunity for the two presidents to reset the relationship between the nations. Since Mr. Obama and Mr. […]
Worst scenario to be avoided
It is not the bad bilateral bond between them but history that calls for China and the US to build a new type of major power relations With history beckoning, the way to handle China-US relations is not to pursue the best scenario, but to avoid the worst. This will […]
Sino-US Ties of Major Concern before APEC Summit
As President Obama heads to China for the APEC Summit, Pang Zhongying states that a review of regional development in recent years has shown worrying signs in China-US relations.
Obama Is Back in Asia
With fears mounting that Washington has lost focus on Asia, Obama’s summit-filled trip to the region is an opportunity to reconnect with leaders and chart a clear course.
APEC at the Apex
The significance of the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Beijing consists not so much in what is on APEC’s agenda as in what transpires on the sidelines. Meetings between Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama; as well as Xi’s meetings with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe loom especially large.
US-China Relations: The Danger of Strategic Misjudgment
President Obama will head to Beijing in the coming days to attend the annual APEC summit on November 10 and 11. But perhaps the more important event on his agenda is the whole day meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping on November 12. Compared to Obama’s first state visit to […]
Rising Eagle, Slumping Dragon?: Asia’s Shifting Balance of Power on Display at APEC Summit
When President Barack Obama visited Beijing five years ago, China had a weak leader, but a thriving economy. By contrast, President Obama, then viewed as a transformative leader, was riding a wave of goodwill and his party had the control of Congress. But the United States was in the middle […]
Kerry and Chinese Ambassador Strike Different Tones Ahead of Beijing Meetings
Secretary of State John Kerry and the Chinese Ambassador to the United States, Cui Tiankai, are offering generally positive assessments of the U.S.-China relationship ahead of an important economic summit in Beijing later this month. Below the surface, though, clear divisions remain.   Kerry's speech Tuesday at the Johns Hopkins […]
What to Expect from Obama’s China Visit
During the upcoming APEC Summit in Beijing, President Xi Jinping and President Obama will touch upon a wide range of issues, global and bilateral. Here, Wu Jianmin lays out suggestions for what the two Presidents should cover.
Kerry: US-China Ties ‘Most Consequential in the World’
The U.S. and China relationship is the most consequential in the world today, period, Secretary of State John Kerry said during a speech in Washington, DC on Tuesday. “The U.S.-China relationship is the most consequential in the world today, period, and it will do much to determine the shape of […]
Engagement and Assurance: Debating the U.S.-Chinese Relationship
In “How China Sees America’s Moves in Asia,” Professor Lyle Goldstein highlights the disturbing conclusion of a recent essay by three Chinese analysts: China is under siege, pinned down by a U.S. strategy of “containment” that aims to encircle their country and undermine its security interests. Professor Goldstein is right […]
New Developments in the Asia-Pacific Strategic Landscape
Analyzing the six major players in the Asia-Pacific, Chen Xian yang discusses four aspects of new developments in the region.
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