In its semi-annual currency report to Congress on Tuesday, the U.S. Treasury Department said the yuan “remains significantly undervalued” but stopped short of branding China a currency manipulator as former...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 6, 2012
As it became clear that President Obama had been re-elected Tuesday night, Chinese netizens responded quickly online, often comparing the U.S. political process to their own. Tea Leaf Nation has translated a number of weibo...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 22, 2012
Though China has already featured in the U.S. presidential debates, the focus on foreign policy in Monday’s performance is set to bring the most direct discussion yet. David Sanger posted a field guide to the debate at The...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 18, 2012
Former U.S. ambassador to China Jon Huntsman talked to Foreign Policy’s Isaac Stone Fish about China-bashing campaign rhetoric, Sino-U.S. relations and political sensitivities in China ahead of its looming leadership...
by Scott Greene | Oct 17, 2012
Even though the third U.S. presidential debate will tackle specific foreign policy issues, Mark McDonald of The International Herald Tribune writes that President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney still butted...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 4, 2012
In a televised presidential debate laden with dubious claims from both sides last night, initial polls declared Republican Mitt Romney the clear victor. Taiwan’s Next Media Animation agreed: Xinhua offered a rather drier...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 15, 2012
Mitt Romney, Republican candidate for U.S. President, has spoken out in tough terms against China, saying about the country’s leadership, “A nation that represses its own people cannot ultimately be a trusted partner...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 8, 2012
In the wake of Michigan Senate hopeful Pete Hoekstra’s widely-covered ad – one of countless campaigns attempting to use U.S. insecurities about China to generate political or economic capital – much comment and...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 15, 2011
Former ambassador to China and aspiring Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman has criticised his rivals’ anti-China posturing, as others compete be seen as tough on Beijing. From China Real Time Report: Mr....
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