Nina Hachigian explains why deepening the very broad working relationship between the United States and China is a step in the right direction.
Nina Hachigian and Adam Hersh examine the role of next week’s S&ED in the evolving U.S.-China relationship.
Nina Hachigian explains why U.S. intervention in Libya is justified.
Nina Hachigian outlines what the United States needs to do to remain a global leader in CNN World.
Nina Hachigian examines China's progress as a great power over the past 40 years in Politico.
Nina Hachigian discusses the changing nature of sovereignty around the world.
Nina Hachigian discusses American leaders' ability to deal with a world in which America is no longer the world’s only pivotal power.
Dissident Liu Xiaobo’s Nobel Peace Prize shows how Beijing’s leaders must measure up in the 21st century.
Survey results show the American people want to cooperate with China and appreciate its importance on the world stage, writes Nina Hachigian.
Nina Hachigian and Samuel Charap debunk Heritage’s argument that the Obama administration’s engagement with other countries isn’t working.
China’s emergence on the global stage and the impact of the world financial crisis have widened a rift in expectations between East and West, write Nina Hachigian and Yuan Peng in the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
Nina Hachigian argues we need to think of the G-20 summits as a process and not expect complete agreement among diverse nations.
In its new National Security Strategy Report, or NSS, the Obama administration has finally and fully embraced the importance of international institutions.
Brian Katulis and Nina Hachigian discuss in Politico how progressive ideas are becoming the cornerstone of the Obama administration's new national security strategy report.