As the new Biden administration takes office, its response to China's diplomatic stance will greatly influence the US-China relations in the upcoming four years.
The Defense Department's latest report to Congress on China's military highlights U.S. concerns about the country's strengthening force posture.
Susan Shirk is research professor and chair of the 21st Century China Center at the School, and one of the most influential experts working on U.S.-China relations and Chinese politics. Her [...]
The ascension of Donald Trump to the oval office has cast a cloud of uncertainty on US-China relations. Will Mr. Trump take a more aggressive stance on issues of trade? Will we see a greater US [...]
Why China and the United States need a Bilateral Investment Treaty – 2016 China Focus Essay Contest Finalist
Trade and investment are the two primary engines of economic growth in bilateral economies. Tracing the bilateral economic history over the last twenty years, China's open economicÂ reforms and [...]
In the United States, people are worried about the possibility of Donald Trump's success in the election; whereas on the other side of the world, the Americans have already started to worry about [...]
Ambassador J. Stapleton (Stape) Roy, is Distinguished Scholar and Founding Director EmeritusÂ at theÂ Kissinger Institute on China and the United States,Â Woodrow Wilson International Center for [...]
Is the Sino-US Relationship an Inevitable Tragedy? by Xiao Yuan – 2015 China Focus Essay Contest Winner
The 2015 China Focus Essay Contest winners are Christine Jiang from UC Berkeley and Xiao Yuan from Fudan University. Their excellent essays answered the question, “What is the biggest [...]