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In a conversation with Tom Nagorski, the longtime China expert parses the evolution of Sino-American ties through the lens of two presidential summits: Jiang Zemin and Bill Clinton in 1998, and Donald Trump and Xi Jinping in 2017.
Following a brief delay, the U.S. and China seem poised to eventually make a deal. But major fundamental differences between the two are unlikely to be resolved.
A new task force report argues that China is different than it used to be — and the Trump administration's approach to the U.S.-China relationship is flawed.
The country's eventual transition to liberal democracy once seemed inevitable — but Kevin Rudd argues that the country has redefined what the "end of history" really means.
Foreign Affairs editor Daniel Kurtz-Phelan discusses how the legendary general's failures to install democracy set the tone for subsequent Sino-American relations.
Orville Schell describes the president's renewed commitment to U.S. alliances in Japan and South Korea.