Even though the earlier decades of U.S.-China relations was that of engagement, it has become clear that the U.S. and China saw the end goal of engagement in deeply distinct terms now.
U.S. commitment to Taiwan has grown verbally stronger even as it has become militarily weaker.
The Case for Putting Vital Interests First.
Long competition with China is beginning to color all manner of American policy move.
Modest measures by the US can reverse the dangerous decay in US-China relations.
The Chinese believe they are already, or soon will be, the strongest nation in the world.
Today’s bitter superpower competition is not about military might, but about technology, cyberconflict and influence operations.
Decouplling with China is not good for the US middle class.
Biden administration is under pressure to maintain former President Trump’s curbs on China, while it attempts to develop a more comprehensive and effective strategy.
Is China taking over world leadership?