Welcome to issue 70 of U.S.–China Week.
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Continue reading U.S.–China Week: Li Keqiang meets Obama; South China Sea uncertainty (2016.09.26)
Welcome to issue 69 of U.S.–China Week. President Barack Obama and Premier Li Keqiang were scheduled to meet today alongside the UN General Assembly meetings, and may have done so already, but details are not yet available at time of writing. A Xinhua photograph shows Li being met at the airport by Ambassador Cui Tiankai and others.
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Continue reading U.S.–China Week: Joint SCS patrols; Adm. Richardson’s softer tone; MS and Huawei on cybersecurity; Kasich’s unrefined TPP rhetoric (2016.09.19)
Welcome to issue 67 of U.S.–China Week, coming to you on Tuesday this week due to the U.S. Labor Day holiday.
As President Barack Obama concludes his final expected trip to Asia as president, I want to open by recommending readers listen to the latest episode of Paul Haenle and the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center’s China in the World podcast. The podcast is always worthwhile, but this edition featuring former CIA and White House official Dennis…
Continue reading U.S.–China Week: Xi–Obama meeting readouts, dueling words on cyberspace, incremental BIT progress (2016.09.06)
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