President Biden must stand firm on Secretary of State Pompeo's genocide determination.
Trump could both box in his successor and solidify his recalibration of U.S.-China policy with one brilliant diplomatic move.
In America, it's China in reverse: A very different brand of amnesia—and self-hatred—is being promoted.
The sum total of a Biden China policy at this point seems to be multilateralism. Toward what end, we have not the faintest idea.
China's president has ordered that all coronavirus research must be approved by a task force before publication, according to internal documents.
Free societies do not appreciate the danger posed by an arrogant and deeply insecure China.
China is the U.S.'s largest supplier of goods imports. However trade fell by 16.2 percent last year following the imposition of tariffs, leaving U.S. companies looking to diversify their imports.
The China Daily newspaper said the speed of congratulatory phone calls showed that the world has tired of the Trump administration.
In an address to the Central Military Commission, which he chairs, Xi Jinping told his troops to focus on preparing for war.
Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan also congratulated Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on the same day, China's state-owned Xinhua News Agency said.
Four years of chaotic relations with President Donald Trump will soon be over, but a Biden Administration does not mean an end to the simmering U.S.-China confrontation.
"Four years ago, Trump won in the 'Rust Belt states' of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania...But he lost all of them this year," the state-run Global Times outlet wrote Monday.
After four years of Donald Trump, America's rivals and allies have a rooting interesting in the 2020 election. Do China, Russia, Iran and North Korea want Trump or his Democratic rival? And you may be surprised by Mexico's view.
Weakness, appeasement and managed decline are all on the China-approved agenda.
Attempts by Beijing to sow unrest ahead of the U.S. election are just a small part of a concerted effort by China to expand its political and economic influence across America.
In a barely-veiled swipe at the U.S., Xi said China would not be bullied by "any country and any army, no matter how powerful they used to be."
Transacting with the Chinese Communist Party benefits a sworn enemy of our liberty and justice. Americans—the National Basketball Association's most important customers—suffer the ultimate loss.
The General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party praised the country's elite marine corps and urged them to maintain a high level of preparedness amid growing tensions in the Taiwan Strait.
The Chinese leader was the latest among world leaders to send well wishes to the U.S. president and first lady following their positive tests for the coronavirus.
Only 16 percent of adults surveyed across 14 countries said they had confidence in Trump to do the right thing when it comes to world affairs.
China's conception of multilateralism puts the world at peril.
Obama deposed Bill Gates from the top slot in the YouGov poll of more than 45,000 people across 42 countries and territories.
The Chinese Communist Party ruthlessly seeks to influence and infiltrate us. We best be on guard and act accordingly.
Author, commentator and Newsweek columnist Gordon G. Chang debates NYU School of Law professor and Council on Foreign Relations adjunct senior fellow Jerome Cohen.