Here at our CUSEF blog, we share news, updates and stories about China and the United States. We provide more than a cursory glimpse of what’s going on between the two powers - here, we offer an in-depth look into their current state of affairs.

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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | Apr 29, 2020
2020-04-29
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Earlier US President Donald Trump questioned China’s reported COVID19 mortality rate, saying “Does anybody really believe this number?” Dr Deborah Birx, coordinator of the US response to the outbreak, also criticized China’s reports data. Asia Times’ John Walsh argues: “China’s Covid reporting far from ‘unrealistic,’ close analysis shows China mortality rate in line with East Asian neighbors”. Read More
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | Apr 28, 2020
2020-04-28
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People are now envisioning the post-COVID19 world - the revitalization of multilateralism. The Japan Times’ Hal Brand says modest multilateralism is in America and China’s interests, while The Fung Group Chairman reminds that we must also reshape it in a way that recognizes and reflects the many dimensions of global interdependency. Read More
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | Apr 27, 2020
2020-04-27
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How will the world look like after the COVID19 pandemic? How will it affect the U.S-China relations? Here are what experts say today. Read More
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | Apr 23, 2020
2020-04-23
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Today the world is fragmenting, and authoritarian challengers are chipping away at American influence in East Asia, eastern Europe, and the Middle East. How can great powers can navigate their rivalries without stumbling into war? Bloomberg’s Nisid Hajari: don’t worry (yet) about China taking over the world. Read More
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | Apr 22, 2020
2020-04-22
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What are people talking about today: A state report accused Russian, Chinese and Iranian of using the coronavirus crisis to launch a propaganda and disinformation onslaught against the United States, while CNN’s Fareed Zakaria said blaming China fixes nothing. Former Envestnet Head of Global Strategies said neither the U.S. and China can afford decoupling. Read More