Commentary & Analysis
Despite Washington and Beijing’s apparent satisfaction with the meeting, the tensions at the heart of the relationship show no signs of abating, Paul Heer writes.
"A China beginning to lose the underpinnings of its new-found international influence could prove even more dangerous," John Austin writes.
The spate of civil-military crises is a product of countries dealing with their new positions in a shifting global order, Paul Poast argues.
The biggest obstacle to American understanding of China appears to be Washington’s seeming determination to misunderstand it, Paul Heer argues.