Sep 18, 2012
After twenty years of managed leadership successions, steady economic growth, basic social stability, and a generally positive foreign policy—we have recently witnessed unpredictable instability in all these spheres. China watchers ask: Is this the “new normal” in China?
Stephen Hess, Senior fellow emeritus in Governance Studies at The Brookings Institution
Sep 13, 2012
Stephen Hess, the editor-in-chief of the 1976 Republican National Convention Platform, analyzes the party platforms of the 2012 election and discusses how they plan to address issues in the U.S.-China bilateral relationship.
Steven Hill, Senior Fellow, FairVote
Sep 06, 2012
The US presidential race is heating up, as candidates President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney hurtle towards their date with destiny on November 6, 2012. This election will decide many crucial issues in the United States regarding economic policy, the social safety net, even foreign policy.
Dan Steinbock, Founder, Difference Group
Aug 23, 2012
As the national conventions loom ahead, Americans prepare to choose the next president on the basis of economic issues. But it is the return of the neoconservatives that will overshadow the discourse on foreign policy – and China.
Tom Watkins, President and CEO of the Economic Council of Palm Beach County, FL
Aug 17, 2012
The Summer Olympic Games are over but the competition between the US and China will persist long after the final medal ceremony. The US should continue to strive for 1st place but must begin reinvesting in its own country while respecting China’s rise if the US hopes to succeed.
Yi Yanyou, Associate Professor, Tsinghua Law School
Aug 13, 2012
The Gu Kailai murder trial was held on August 9th in Hefei Intermediate People’s Court in Anhui Province. Partly because Gu Kailai is the wife of Bo Xilai, a
Jacob Stokes, 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.
Chen Yanru, Professor, Xiamen University
Aug 06, 2012
Chinese college students love American films and TV dramas but are also aware of the US’ hegemonic and seamy side. In this era of well-developed technology, it
Aug 03, 2012
"Winner Take All" author Dambisa Moyo argues that China's way of doing business with the developing world is often more popular with locals than that of the
Tao Wenzhao, Honorary Member of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Fellow, CASS Institute of American Studies
Jul 31, 2012
China and US should hold dialogues to build mutual trust on human rights issues, democracy and the rule of law China and the United States have wrapped up their