Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Aug 18, 2022
China-U.S. relations have worsened since Nancy Pelosi touched down in Taiwan. While Washington still largely believes that the PLA would not attempt an invasion for at least a few more years due to uncertainties and risks, the crisis is further pushing the two nations away from any type of compartmentalized collaboration or transparent communication.
Jun 14, 2022
The Biden administration is prioritizing its foreign policy strategy in Asia by extensive outreach and alliances in the region. Strategic partnerships with other countries, particularly in the Indo-Pacific , are crucial for the U.S. to keep up with China’s growth in the region.
Apr 18, 2022
The Russia-Ukraine War is driving global change in both the economic and security domains. China and the United States will face a different world than existed before the Russian military operation that began on February 24.
Jan 18, 2022
China’s claims to Taiwan is one of Asia’s most enduring entanglements, involving the U.S. and many powerful regional neighbors. Is there any realistic scenario that allows for a peaceful coexistence?
Nov 30, 2021
Beijing, Moscow, and Washington rarely get along - but in the orbit above Earth, the high-stakes and high-investments each nation holds there are a great motivator to come to terms on how to coexist.
Oct 02, 2021
Spurred by their concern over Afghanistan-related developments as well as their alienation from the United States, China and Russia have intensified their joint military activities.
Aug 06, 2021
The arms race between China and the United States is escalating. Though the Chinese government declines to negotiate strategic arms limitations with Washington, the two parties could discuss measures to increase strategic stability.
Jun 16, 2021
The termination of the U.S.-South Korea’s Revised Missile Guidelines signals a new phase in two countries’ relations, further complicating China’s role on the Korean Peninsula.
Feb 25, 2021
U.S.-China relations have transformed throughout the past four years. Experts continue to ruminate on how rivalry and competition can be overcome to rebuild trust and cooperation.
Dec 04, 2020
China-U.S. relations will likely remain strained under incoming President Joe Biden though the style and some of the substance will change. While defending U.S. security partners in Asia and seeking change in many PRC economic policies, the new team seems interested in exploring opportunities for cooperating on public health, nonproliferation, and especially climate change, under John Kerry, the first U.S. special presidential envoy for climate.