China’s rise in the Asia-Pacific is bringing together two former enemies.
Like his predecessors, President Trump campaigned on a platform of getting tough on China. And like his predecessors, he has reversed course upon assuming office.
The Xi-Trump summit will be watched closely for signs of how the Trump administration plans manage one of its most important bilateral relations.
With growing debt, a looming trade war, and deepening capital flight, 2017 could be the year that makes or breaks China’s economy.
A list of potential targets should a trade war break out between China and the United States.
The now-infamous Taiwan phone call is a taste of things to come: US-China relations won’t be ‘business as usual’ under President Trump.
The geopolitical order is changing, and Washington should take heed.
Economic engagement with China is a must for both Russia and the United States, regardless of the wax and wane of East-West rivalry.
The South China Sea will remain one of the world’s most dangerous flashpoints through 2016.
China’s new counterterrorism law is drawing a lot of criticism from Washington, but for all the wrong reasons.