Two perspectives on where American diplomats must go next.
The United States has many strengths. The question is how many it will squander in coming years.
We were both disabled by polio, but I was adopted by Americans. Returning to China 10 years later showed how sharply our destinies had diverged.
Adapting to Beijing's dictates has allowed Hui Islam to survive. But true believers say it's losing its soul.
First a strange interview. Then its Chinese-language operations went dark.
Communist China's founding father died forty years ago. His country still struggles with his legacy.
Beijing wants to monitor almost all activity within Chinese borders. That's still a ways off.
For internet companies in China, the line between winning and losing has grown fuzzy.
The July 12 ruling clarified the law of the sea, but may further alienate China.
The unexpected departure of China's censorship evangelist is unlikely to bring about more relaxed policies towards online speech.
After years Stateside, many Chinese students find it hard to choose between vastly different countries.
The U.S. will need to do more if it's to stop Chinese overreach.
That doesn't mean Beijing will change its behavior.