Research Assistant, Center for a New American Security
Aug 11 , 2012
Despite intense focus on U.S. domestic policy, China has been steadily gaining momentum as an important issue in the U.S. Presidential election. Regardless of which candidate wins, the next president must manage the complex U.S.-China relationship and match rhetoric against reality.
Apr 25 , 2012
The U.S. presidential race to date has seen its fair share heated rhetoric concerning China, in particular from Republican front-runner Mitt Romney. While it’s essential for the U.S. leaders to stand firmly in support of American interests and values, candidates should be wary of letting political point-scoring damage the world’s most important bilateral relationship