Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Apr 17, 2021
A meeting in Anchorage, representing the midway point between the U.S. and China, was nothing close to a middle ground for either country. Without a productive agenda that includes compromises, the two great powers are not going to be able to cooperate.
Mar 25, 2021
When two highly motivated powers compete for influence, its defenders prepare for the worst - full blown military conflict. The cost of deadly conflict must weigh heavily on the minds of national leaders before they take their next steps.
Mar 03, 2021
In engaging with North Korea, the Biden administration must avoid the “strategic patience” employed during the Obama years. China may be in the prime position to mediate between Pyongyang and Washington.
Jan 22, 2021
The United States needs to have greater cooperation with its allies in order to achieve more effective relations with China.
Dec 26, 2020
While we wait for the Biden administration to transition into office, there are several steps Beijing should take to encourage a more productive relationship between the two governments.
Nov 10, 2020
How will the U.S. and PRC relationship evolve with the election of Joe Biden? Both At the very least, both Republicans and Democrats must decide that a new cold war with China is not an option and that cooperation remains essential.
Oct 08, 2020
Recent increases in detentions of foreign nationals has given rise to international suspicion, misunderstanding, and hostility towards China. If the PRC hopes to reverse the rapid decline in relations with Western states, it should address the negative impact of its laws and procedures on its international reputation.
Aug 28, 2020
The future of U.S.-China relations remains uncertain, and the upcoming U.S. Presidential elections have the opportunity to fray relations further. Between territorial disputes and cyberwarfare, there are a range of issues on which the two nations must set parameters in order to maintain peace and stability.
Aug 03, 2020
Cooperating over North Korea is essential for both China and the U.S. – not just for the good of the DPRK, but for the Sino-American relationship at large.
Jul 06, 2020
Against the backdrop of a trade war and a global pandemic, the U.S. and China cannot afford war. It is in the best interest of both nations, and America’s allies, for the two to meet to better understand each other’s interests and priorities.