By examining language, politics, and identity, three experts explore the relationship between Hong Kong and Mainland China over the past 25 years.
Albert Keidel analyzes China’s rapid economic growth of the last forty years, the U.S.-China trade war, and economic prospects in the world of COVID-19.
John Paul MacDuffie and Ilaria Mazzocco discuss the electric vehicle industry in China and the United States in conversation with Scott Kennedy.
Yangyang Cheng, Steven Chu, and Eileen Guo discuss the future of U.S.-China scientific research collaboration and security with Margaret Lewis.
Jing Tsu discusses her latest book and China’s ascent to a global role today.
Four National Committee directors considered the past, present, and future prospects of the U.S.-China relationship.
Silvia Lindtner and Melinda Liu discuss the impact of China’s zero-COVID strategy on China and the world.
Laura Silver discusses American views on China described in an April 2022 Pew Research Center report.
Tom Cooney and William Lai discuss the electric vehicle market in China and the United States in conversation with Sarah Tatsis.
Sue Mi Terry analyzes North Korea’s recent weapons tests, China’s response, and the implications for U.S.-China relations.
Kevin Rudd explains how the United States and China can avoid disaster through “managed strategic competition.”
Jing Tsu and Pete Millwood discuss cultural exchange in the context of the U.S.-China relationship with Keisha Brown.