Director, John L. Thornton China Center, The Brookings Institution
Nov 04, 2021
China’s younger generations have seen their country prosper and grow stronger for nearly their entire lives, cultivating a sense of pride and identity unique from their older counterparts. Now, as the United States has begun to openly challenge China’s rise, attitudes toward America are being eroded.
Sep 14, 2021
Why should the shared interest in middle class development in China and the United States be a key driving force in the bilateral relationship today?
Sep 14, 2021
Why should shared interest in middle class development in China and the United States be a key driving force in the bilateral relationship today?
Mar 02, 2021
The volatile state of U.S.-China relations has only hindered progress towards ending the COVID-19 pandemic. There’s little question that if the two countries were to join forces, a safer world would be within reach.
Jan 14, 2021
Local and subnational governments play an indispensable role in maintaining healthy relations between the United States and China. By proactively engaging and empowering them, the incoming administration can achieve positive results.
Oct 13, 2020
The carefully woven fabric of educational and cultural exchanges is in imminent danger of unraveling, as Chinese actions worry Washington and push it to adjust its policies. But the cost far outweighs the benefits.
Mar 10, 2020
In the wake of the novel coronavirus outbreak, China and Japan have embarked on an unexpected path of reciprocal generosity. While the deep-seated tensions across the East China Sea will not be resolved overnight, their collaboration provides a powerful lesson for other bilateral relationships that have succumbed to deep-seated hostility around the world.
Mar 04, 2020
Kobe Bryant’s tragic passing and China’s wide-spread admiration for the American basketball star remind us that U.S.-China relations are not just state-to-state relations. Instead, they should also be seen ¬as people-to-people relations.
Nov 19, 2018
Despite bipartisan support for a tough line against China in the U.S., there remain significant points of disagreement.
Jul 26, 2018
Cheng Li and Diana Liang discuss the political and security factors that have prevented China and the U.S. from cutting a deal in the current trade dispute. They argue that these obstacles should urge us to look at the bigger picture in order to avoid the disastrous consequences of a trade war, or even worse — risk an actual war.