Tag: U.S.-China relations

South Korean President Names New Ambassador to China, With Tough Stance on Beijing

The South Korean presidential office on June 7 announced the appointment of Chung Jae-ho, a professor at Seoul National University, as the new ambassador to China. He is vocal about preserving South Korea’s national identity and not caving under pressure from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Chung, 62, completed a master’s degree in Chinese history…


We Need Tougher Trade War Against China’s Expanding Tech

Commentary Despite increased tariffs and technology export controls on China that the prior administration instituted, and that continue under the Biden administration, China outmaneuvered the United States by expanding technology exports to Europe, according to a new study. China keeps its trade levels high through predatory practices, and by diverting exports to low-tariff markets. The…


Will Economic and Trade Dialogue Break the Deadlock in US-China Relations?

Commentary On June 1, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Vice Premier Liu He held an introductory virtual meeting. After the two parties issued brief statements, the Chinese state-run media claimed that China-U.S. economic and trade relations would accelerate. The CCP mouthpiece claims that the U.S. government is unlikely to…


US Army Prepares for Possible Global Land Conflict with China

The classic assumptions surrounding a possible war between the United States and China focus on regional naval battles in the Taiwan Strait or the South China Sea, but U.S. Army Major General Richard Coffman recently stated that Americans must be and are already preparing for a worldwide ground conflict with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA)….


Beware of the China Appeasement Crisis Looming in the US

Commentary Since the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) initiated the new Sino-U.S. cold war in the first half of 2020, the U.S. military has recognized the seriousness of the problem. It sped up its armament and issued a series of public reports on the CCP’s military threats. However, when the U.S. military tried to make up…


China Incites Anti-US Sentiment After Public Spat at Alaska Meeting

Commentary After the U.S.-China high-level talks concluded on March 19 in Alaska, Chinese authorities immediately mobilized China’s state-run media to distort facts about the clash at the meeting and incite anti-U.S. sentiment in China. The two-day meeting in Anchorage was the first high-level talks between Beijing and the Biden administration. The U.S. delegation was headed…


CCP Narrative Doesn’t Represent the Chinese People and Is Repeated by Biden: Gen. Robert Spalding

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) manages the narrative that it represents the people of China and the nation, but in fact, it only functions for a few leaders within the regime, said General Spalding, a former senior strategist in the Trump administration’s National Security Council, and retired Air Brigadier General. Spalding gave his insight into…


Distinguishing Between the CCP and China Is Still the Key to Success of US-China Relations

Commentary The recent conversation between U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping did not bring about any real improvement in U.S.-China relations. The top Communist Party officials want Biden to submit to Beijing. After Biden extended his Lunar New Year’s greetings to Xi on Feb. 11, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken also…


Opinion: Distinguishing Between the CCP and China Is Still the Key to Success of US-China Relations

Commentary The recent conversation between U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping did not bring about any real improvement in U.S.-China relations. The top Communist Party officials want Biden to submit to Beijing. After Biden extended his Lunar New Year’s greetings to Xi on Feb. 11, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken also…


Beijing Hints at What it Wants of US-China Relationship Through State Media

Chinese state-run media Xinhua published a series of four commentaries in which it called on the new U.S. administration to “lead the U.S.-China relationship back on track” after years of what one article called “casting poison” onto bilateral relations. “Treating China as a major strategic competitor or even a rival is a historical, directional, and…