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U.S.-China Decoupling: Separating Myth From Reality Event

The decoupling of the U.S. and Chinese economies is one of the headline risks in U.S.-China relations today. Many in the Trump administration have actively pursued an agenda to bring U.S. manufacturing back home. At the same time, they have sought to separate technology supply chains linking the…


Pointing Fingers Over COVID-19 is a Dangerous Distraction

This article in Foreign Policy was written by initiative senior fellow James Green. Even before the outbreak of the coronavirus, U.S.-China relations were under serious strain. The fraying of trust on trade, technology, and military deployments has played out as Beijing has expanded its global footprint, raising questions about its ambitions to alter the U.S.-centered international order. Then came the coronavirus outbreak.