Foreign Policy

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Lithuania/EU-China Dispute Continues, Expands as Taiwan and U.S. Weigh In

The tensions between Lithuania/the European Union and China over Taiwan's new office in Vilnius are continuing, with some efforts by certain actors that may be intended to tone things down. At the same time, officials in the United States and Taiwan have both made public comments on the dispute

Ambassador Qin Gang's First Speech on US-China Relations

Qin Gang, the new Chinese Ambassador to the United States, gave a speech at an August 31 event held by the National Committee on US-China Relations. It was characterized by one U.S. publication as a "wolf warrior"-style speech, but looking at the speech as a whole, it can

Congressional Hearing on U.S.-EU Cooperation on Issues Related to China

On July 20, the House Foreign Affairs Committee held a hearing on “U.S.-European Cooperation on China and the Broader Indo-Pacific.” Members of two subcommittees made statements and asked questions to four expert witnesses, covering a wide range of issues related to potential U.S.-EU cooperation in this

Kurt Campbell on U.S.-China Issues

On July 6, the Asia Society Institute hosted a conversation with Kurt Campbell, who currently serves as Deputy Assistant to the President and Coordinator for Indo-Pacific Affairs on the National Security Council. The conversation was led by Asia Society Policy Institute President Kevin Rudd and Vice Presidents Daniel Russel and

Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman on U.S.-China Relations

At a June 9 event held by the German Marshall Fund, Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman provided a useful articulation of the Biden administration's view of relations with China. She criticized Chinese government actions related to security, values, and intellectual property, but also made clear that the administration hopes

Congressman Rick Larsen Speaks on Economic Decoupling and Various Other U.S. - China Relations Issues

At a CSIS event on December 15, Congressman Rick Larsen (D – WA), co-chair of the US – China Working Group, offer remarks and responded to questions from Bonnie Glaser, director of the China Power Project. The following is a transcript of the discussion, which covered issues such as economic decoupling, human
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