Associate Professor, Northwestern University
- Drifting Apart? Prospects for Partnership and Confrontation between the U.S. and China through the L
May 02 , 2017
Every time there is a change of administration in either the United States or China, the international media is suddenly filled with speculation over how the interpersonal relations between individual leaders might affect relations between the world’s two most important countries. Such myopic gossip, however, ignores the larger structural, historical, and domestic political forces that ultimately play the leading roles in shaping the dynamics of US-China relations.