Setting up a new joint secretariat could be key to keeping engagement between the world's leading economies on track.
The souring of relations between European capitals and Beijing represents a strategic opportunity for the U.S.
Companies operating in China need to work together to get better information on the government's intentions.
Barring a “black swan” event, China can achieve 6 percent GDP growth this year, argues a top Chinese economist.
Yoon Suk-Yeol aims to elevate South Korea’s status by reinforcing relations with Japan, the United States and the G7.
The U.S. penchant to over-hype China's security threat should not be accepted on blind faith.
The U.S. needs both a solid understanding of the nature of the challenge Taiwan's future poses, and a precise strategy for protecting American interests.
Owners of thousands of companies across America are dismayed at the path of relations with China.
Is the EU really as disunited on China as it seems?
The man who negotiated the release of the EP-3 spyplane crew from China in 2001 is worried about the U.S. and China’s communications.
No two crises are alike. That is true of recent financial upheavals – the Asian financial crisis of the late 1990s, the dot-com crisis of...
China's aggressive foreign policy approach is alienating countries around Asia.