The economic changes within China in the last 40 years has precipitated the change in bi-lateral relationship between the U.S. and China from one of “engaging” to a relationship of “de-coupling” since 2018.
Mr. Dube gives a update of U.S.-China Relations, mostly in the area of trade.
Sinica Podcast recording where host Kaiser Kuo interviews Susan Shirk of UC San Diego, and Stanley Rosen of USC on wide range of US-China relations in the age of Trump.
Matt Sheehan recounts three stages of the China-Silicon Valley relationship,
How can dialogue between China and the US help to better the understanding amongst the two countries, the Asia-Pacific Region, and the world?
The actions and reactions that resulted in unintended negative outcome between U.S. and China.
Mary Kay Magistad’s experience as a foreign correspondent in Southeast Asia and China
How U.S. played a key role in China’s modernization
Reality vs. Perception in U.S. China Relations