Issue Brief Ken Sofer explains why China's long-standing noninterventionist foreign policy strategy is changing with China's rising economic and political realities.
Nina Hachigian examines the latest mini-breakthrough with the poor, isolated, and nuclear-armed northeast Asian dictatorship for its possible future consequences.
CAP Economist Adam S. Hersh testifies before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission.
Video Center for American Progress China Analyst Melanie Hart explains what U.S. policymakers need to know about China's 2012 leadership transition.
Issue Brief Melanie Hart explains how combining our two markets can increase demand for U.S. clean energy products and provide the higher-paying jobs that we need to restore our economy.
Melanie Hart, Rudy deLeon, and Ali Fisher explain why next week’s visit by Xi Jinping is significant and requires the American people to take stock of the new China.
Report The Obama administration's rebalancing toward Asia is confirming for many Chinese that the U.S. is trying to contain it. That's not good for either nation, writes Nina Hachigian.
The upcoming transition in China's leadership is complex and matters greatly to U.S. interests, so U.S. policymakers should become familiar with the intricacies of the situation, writes Melanie Hart.
Rudy deLeon and his national security team demonstrate that patient diplomacy with China is paying increasing dividends in global efforts to isolate Iran over its nuclear ambitions.
While some in the United States still pretend climate change isn’t real, China is getting serious about saving energy and curtailing emissions, observes Melanie Hart.
Issue Brief Melanie Hart parses Beijing’s latest renewable energy five-year plan to illustrate China’s major push into solar power at our nation’s expense.
Green energy could be China’s “historic opportunity” to surpass the United States and become the next technology superpower, writes Melanie Hart.
While China and the European Commission hammer out a possible deal on aviation emissions and a potential foundation for global cap-and-trade, the United States sits on the sidelines, writes Melanie Hart.
Nina Hachigian and Adam Hersh examine the role of next week’s S&ED in the evolving U.S.-China relationship.