U.S.-China Relations: The Globalist’s Top Features
A look back at The Globalist’s recent articles on the U.S.-China relationship.
|China and the End of Extrapolation
By George Magnus | May 1, 2013
How can China avoid a hard landing in the next few years?
|China: Empire Building in the Age of Globalization
By Behzad Yaghmaian | April 17, 2013
How has China systematically taken advantage of U.S. mistakes and policies?
|China and the End of the End of History
By Zhang Weiwei | March 5, 2013
Could the Western democratic system only a transitory phenomenon in the long history of humankind?
|The Globalist Debate: Does China’s Governance Matter?
By Nicolas Berggruen and Nathan Gardels | February 27, 2013
Are the consumer democracies of the West becoming ungovernable, while authoritarian China moves into the future?
Richard Hornik’s response.
|U.S. Vs. China: Investing in the Future Now
By Uwe Bott | February 14, 2013
How do the Republican promoters of limited government get away with their myopia?
|Is China Playing With American Fire?
By James Clad | February 8, 2013
Could such sensitive issues as Muslim relations, maritime activities and international investments tip the United States and China into greater enmity?
|The Globalist Debate: Renewable Energy and the Clash of Civilizations
By John Mathews | February 1, 2013
Which civilization will win and which will lose — the one based on fossil fuels or the one based on renewables?
|Where Would China Be Without Nixon?
By Martin Hutchinson | February 5, 2013
What would today’s global economic landscape look like had Nixon not gone to China?
|The U.S. Refusal to See China as a Positive Challenge
By Stephan Richter | January 24, 2013
Why don’t Americans let themselves be spurred to restimulate their competitive juices?
|Green China — Part I: Why Go Green?
By John Mathews | November 22, 2012
China is betting its economic future on investments in alternative energy sources.
|America’s Double Take on China
By Sabine Muscat | October 23, 2012
How do the people of a small American city view China — as an opportunity or a threat?
|China: A Top U.S. Domestic Policy Issue?
By David Firestein | October 22, 2012
Has China become more of a factor in the United States’ domestic politics than in its foreign policy?
|How China’s Approach in Africa Complements the West’s
By Stephan Richter | September 6, 2012
Can China’s market-building approach to Africa complement the West’s tradition democracy-building approach?
|Yes, There Will Be a U.S. Infrastructure Bank
By Stephan Richter | March 16, 2011
The only question is: Will it be a wholly owned subsidiary of the Chinese central bank?