Tag Archive for: "US–China relations"
A world of mounting disarray

My 2017 book, A world in disarray, was published five years ago this month. The book’s thesis was that the Cold War’s end did not usher in an era of greater stability, security and peace, …

ASPI’s decades: Riding China and the US

ASPI celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. This series looks at ASPI’s work since its creation in August 2001. Dealing with China and the United States is a two-horse challenge. One of the great Oz …

Competition and coexistence

These are demanding times. Geopolitical tensions are rising, primarily—but not exclusively—between China and the United States. Yet, at the same time, there is a deep need for inclusive global cooperation to fight the pandemic and …

The Taiwan triangle

The relationship between the United States and China promises to do much to define this era. And what could determine this relationship might well be whether the two countries are able to continue to avoid …