Share this on Twitter Share this on Facebook Share this on LinkedIn Share this on Sina Weibo Share this on Wechat Share this on LinkedIn As the new president-elect, Joe Biden has a chance to reset relations with China and perhaps stop the chills of a second cold war. Yet the nature of the trans-Pacific relationship has altered permanently — and not just due to four years of Trumpist pugilism. Indeed, the alliances that Beijing is forging across the globe pay scant attention to who is in the White House, and the new geopolitical realities mean that the U.S. is likely to be just as tough on China as it has been — even with a new administration in place. Our selection of new China titles this month attempts to take in the wide scope of challenges that face America and other Western democracies as they confront those new realities: political, technological, financial, environmental, and business-oriented. From the rise of the techno-authoritarian state to the decline of U.S.-China cinematic and entertainment industry partnerships, from new global alliances and infrastructure to shifting global climate patterns and mSubscribe or register to read the rest. Registered users can access a limited amount of content for free.Subscribers get full access to: Exclusive longform investigative journalism, Q&As, news and analysis, and data on Chinese business elites and corporations. We publish China scoops you won't find anywhere else. A weekly curated reading list on China from David Barboza, Pulitzer Prize-winning former Shanghai correspondent for The New York Times. A daily roundup of China finance, business and economics headlines. We offer discounts for groups, institutions and students. Go to our Subscriptions page for details.