Op-Ed: Genocide in Xinjiang?: The Complexities of the U.S. State Department’s Declaration
The U.S. State Department recently labeled the Chinese government’s campaign against Uyghur Muslims as a ‘genocide.’ This article seeks to consider whether this campaign satisfies the definition of the term, or perhaps whether this declaration was potentially biased due to international politics.
OP-ED: How Will COVID-19 Worsen the Ailing US-China Relationship?
At the turn of decade, relations had been described as “not this tense since the time of Mao”. In the face of an unprecedented Pandemic, how will the world’s two leading powers interact to combat this crisis?
LOOKING FORWARD IN U.S.-CHINA RELATIONS: OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS
Staff writer Angela Luh discusses upcoming events in U.S.-China relations and areas of potential cooperation and conflict.