Country Reports

In the winter of 2020–2021, Chinese analysts contemplated a world in flux, with the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to devastate the United States and the arrival of new leadership in both Japan (in September 2020) and the United States (in January 2021). They assessed how Sino–US competition will impact the future world order and explored how Russia and Japan are developing their foreign policies in response. They analyzed the continuing impact of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis on Sino–US relations and offered predictions for how the new Biden administration will alter the course of the bilateral relationship. Chinese analysts also examined the China–US–Russia strategic triangle and its implications for the Asia–Pacific regional order.

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