Tao Wenzhao Researcher, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Nov 26 , 2018
How will a Democrat-controlled House affect U.S. policy?
Cheng Li Director, Brookings Institution
Diana Liang Research Assistant, Brookings Institution
Nov 19 , 2018
Despite bipartisan support for a tough line against China in the U.S., there remain significant points of disagreement.
Sun Chenghao Assistant Research Fellow, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations
Nov 13 , 2018
It’s time to rebuild a working relationship.
Huang Jing University Professor and Dean, Beiing Language and Culture University
Nov 13 , 2018
What do the midterm election results mean for Sino-American relations?
Sep 27 , 2018
Beijing rejects accusations that it seeks to meddle in the Nov 6 U.S. congressional elections.
Dean P. Chen Associate Professor of Political Science, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Jun 28 , 2018
Dean Chen analyzes the potential impact of America’s upcoming midterm elections on U.S.-China relations. For short-term electoral prospects, Trump and GOP candidates will likely campaign to brandish their anti-China credentials to attract nationalist votes, while the Democrats will likely seek every opportunity to scrutinize whether the administration is retreating from its pressure campaign against Beijing.
Helmut K. Anheier President and Professor, Sociology at the Hertie School of Governance
Sep 26 , 2017
US President Donald Trump’s nearly eight months in office have been characterized by a series of disturbing political developments. But Trump is not entirely to blame. His presidency is just the latest act in a long-running political tragedy.