Nuclear cooperation between the United States and China is more robust and effective than many believe, although there is still ample room for improvement.
There is a tradition of using China as a political scapegoat in the run-up to the U.S. presidential elections. As the bilateral relationship becomes increasingly important, however, this tradition risks undermining U.S.-Chinese relations.
In recent decades, the world has witnessed an unprecedented degree of engagement between United States and China. More active cooperation between the two largest economies in Asia-Pacific will be crucial for both regional and global development.
Russia, Pakistan, and other countries in Central and South Asia have historical connections with each other which can, and should, influence their current relationships.
Although China's government seems serious about rebalancing the country's economy away from its over-reliance on investment, historical precedents suggest that this will be very difficult.
Cybersecurity is a nascent but growing factor in Sino-U.S. deterrence and security dialogues and brings new challenges for how best to deter, counter, and respond to an attack.
Mapping convergence and divergence between China and India's respective nuclear stances is essential to expanding bilateral cooperation on nuclear issues.
Resource scarcity is becoming a greater global priority as the potential for conflicts over energy, water, and land increases.
The successful test launch of India’s Agni-V has led some to worry that a space race may be forming.
China’s recent moves to solidify relations with Latin America are having important ramifications for the region’s ties with the United States.
China and Russia have formed an alliance ranging from continued opposition to intervention in Syria, to their seeming mutually reinforcing global governance agenda.
Public opinion plays a strong, though different, role in the development of foreign policy in both China and the United States.
As China’s global clout grows, Beijing faces new challenges in maintaining stability at home and in its interactions abroad.
China’s relations with Russia and Pakistan have followed an unpredictable path, often mired in domestic and international tensions.
How China and the United States interact with each other and other states in the Asian-Pacific region will determine the future of this tenuous bilateral relationship.
The development and foreign policies of China and India are frequently compared, since these two nations play a central role in bridging the gap between the developed and developing world.
Under the rising influence of social media, "real-time diplomacy" has challenged traditional forms of diplomacy.
Coal now accounts for 80 percent of China’s power generation. This has a severe impact on air pollution and the health of the Chinese population.
Changing weather patterns prompted by global climate change have highlighted how important adaptation is to counter the growing number of floods, droughts, and storms in China.
Although a diplomatic resolution to the Iranian nuclear crisis is looking increasingly unlikely, the alternatives of sanctions or military force each have their own set of problems and implications for Chinese and U.S. relations with Iran.