U.S.–China Week: Japan protests Chinese ships; What Uber did right; Chinese money in U.S. politics; Questioning U.S. alliances (2016.08.08)

Welcome to issue 63 of U.S.–China Week. As always: Please encourage friends and colleagues to subscribe to U.S.–China Week. Here is the web version of this issue, ideal for sharing on social media. You can also find U.S.–China Week on Mediumand on Facebook, and you can follow me on Twitter at…

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U.S.–China Week: Clinton on China at DNC, Uber’s China exit, U.S. supporting SCS talks, Susan Rice trip (2016.08.01)

Welcome to issue 62 of U.S.–China Week. Continuing my occasional series on other useful resources for those interested in U.S.–China relations, this week I would like to congratulate China Politics Weekly by Trey McArver for reaching its 100th issue last month. Trey consistently provides a useful summary of the activities of top Chinese officials and often adds sharp analysis of likely policy trajectories.…

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U.S.–China Week: Susan Rice meets Xi, Trump and GOP China rhetoric, RMB devaluation and WTO challenge, three visions of tech contest (2016.07.25)

Welcome to issue 61 of U.S.–China Week. I open this week with a new big-think piece from one of the most experienced U.S. strategists on East Asia, Amb. J. Stapleton Roy. Out today from my home institution, the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School, is Roy’s working paper on the changing geopolitics of East Asia. The U.S. policy goal, Roy argues,…

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U.S.–China Week: UNCLOS tribunal roundup, U.S. and China on ‘market economy’ status, Trump adviser on pivot’s pitfalls (2016.07.18)

Welcome to issue 60 of U.S.–China Week. The center of gravity of this edition has once more been shifted by the sheer mass of news on the South China Sea following the tribunal’s award almost a week ago. This provides a good chance to highlight, for-something-completely-different, another resource out there on U.S.–China relations. From the USC US-China Institute this week comes an edition of…

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U.S.–China Week: Tribunal countdown, THAAD deployment, Froman on new negative list (2016.07.11)

Welcome to issue 59 of U.S.–China Week. The big story on the agenda is what will happen in 12 hours or so, when the tribunal convened under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) releases its award in the Philippine-Chinese arbitration case over South China Sea matters. Most of this issue is devoted to the best new materials I’ve found leading into…

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