"We should never forget that ultimately people are the ones who suffer in war, and they are now being helped at least a little bit," Ivo Daalder tells Kate Bolduan.
Paul Heer joins Deep Dish to argue that engagement is necessary in shaping the US-China relationship.
Susan Glasser, Stefan Kornelius, and Giles Whittell join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.
The time has come for Washington to use its military support to help put Israel on a better path to peace, Elizabeth Shackelford argues.
"The war is more a reflection of change in the international system, such as rising multipolarity, rather than a cause of change," Paul Poast argues.
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.
The US public's perception of China has changed significantly since Xi Jinping took office, Craig Kafura says.
"It will take years of continued improvements to rebuild American confidence and trust in China," Craig Kafura says.
Dina Smeltz unpacks new Council data that show Americans across political parties are concerned about China's rise.
"The US defense industry faces real challenges in its ability to actually produce weapons in a timely fashion," Paul Poast writes.