U.S. - China Relations Timeline

Apr 14 2014

Stratfor's Second Quarter Forecast 2014

Apr 08 2014

China: Beijing 'Dissatisfied' With U.S. Defense Secretary's Comments

Apr 08 2014

U.S. Defense Policy in the Wake of the Ukrainian Affair

Feb 26 2014
Global Affairs with Robert D. Kaplan

The Asian Status Quo

Feb 03 2014

Obama's Travel Schedule: Revisiting Overlooked Allies

Jan 03 2014

China: New Military Zones Another Step Toward Modernization

Nov 14 2013

Washington's Pivot to Asia Disappoints Again

Oct 17 2013

The U.S. Debt Crisis and China's Export Dilemma

Oct 04 2013

How Middle East Affairs Inform North Korean Strategy

Oct 04 2013

U.S.: A Progress Report on Washington's Re-engagement with Asia

Sep 09 2013
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Overview

China depends on the U.S. export market to generate jobs for its workers, while U.S. creditors and businesses with investments in China depend on continued Chinese economic growth and social stability. It is not surprising, then, that both sides have strong motivations to keep the relationship stable.

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