Despite the United States’ attempt to improve communications with China, the depth of the division between the two major powers remains deep, writes Jonathan Fenby.
While the Xi-Biden summit at the end of 2021 did not result in any breakthroughs, it offered greater clarity on the current dynamics of the Sino-US relationship, writes Hoo Tiang Boon.
The cool tone of the recent Biden-Xi summit suggests that the US and China are far from rapprochement, writes Duncan Bartlett.
Trusted media outlets claim that Beijing is becoming increasingly powerful in cyberwarfare and missile technology. Duncan Bartlett says readers should consider the sources of the reports before reaching conclusions.
Dr Sam Beatson writes about potential consequences of the US ‘de-coupling’ from China.
William Yuen Yee argues against the narrative that the US and China have entered into a ‘Cold War’.