Tag: US-China relations

US and China, Battle of the Global Superpowers

Once partners, the US and China are now each other’s chief adversaries. Over the past decade, relations between these two powerful nations have deteriorated due to opposing governance styles, human rights concerns, and practices – like economic activities – which do not abide to the rules-based order that the US and many western countries advocate […]

Episode 103: Michael Schuman on US-China Relations, Tensions in the Indo-Pacific and the Chinese Economy

This week, Dominic Bowen speaks with Michael Schuman about US-China relations, rising tensions in the Indo-Pacific region and the Chinese economy. They explore the competition and rising tensions between the US and China, Xi Jinping’s assertiveness in the Indo-Pacific region, as well as China’s stagnating economy.  Michael Schuman is a nonresident senior fellow in the […]

Michael Schuman

Michael Schuman is a nonresident senior fellow in the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub and an author and journalist with more than 25 years of experience in Asia. Currently a contributing writer to The Atlantic, he was previously a foreign correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and Time magazine. His most recent book is Superpower Interrupted: The Chinese History of the […]