Tag: Center for American Progress

  • A reasoned response to China hysteria

    Nina Hachigian, a former National Security Council adviser during the late ’90s, writes a conspicuously reasonable-sounding response to the U.S. media’s increasingly alarmist reporting on the United States–China relationship. The early stages of the U.S.-China relationship during the Obama administration have not played out according to the usual script. The president did not promise on the […]

  • How to 'Pressure' 'the Chinese' on Human Rights

    At Foreign Policy, former Amnesty International Executive Director William F. Schultz considers how to “pressure Beijing.” Aside from taking a little too literally Chinese government statements about “the Chinese” and their supposed hurt feelings, Schultz, who is now a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress (disclosure: my former employer), makes an interesting suggestion: […]