Main menu
Second Menu

China-Vietnam Defense Hotline Agreed: What Next?

When the China-Vietnam oil rig crisis broke out in May, regional analysts opined that bilateral relations had been set back several decades as a result of the worst crisis since the 1979 border war. This assessment was premature. There are…

  1. Politics
  2. Foreign Policy
  3. Economy & Trade

Carter Urges Harmonious US-China Relationship in CHINA Town Hall 2014

In a collaborative event hosted by The Carter Center and the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations (NCUSCR), former President Jimmy…

China media back discussions on judicial reforms at party summit

Media support the Communist Party's decision to discuss judicial reforms and the rule of law at its annual meeting. The country's…

In Macau, China's 'One Country, Two Systems' Is a Success

As the political crisis caused by the Occupy Central movement deepens in Hong Kong, many observers have pondered whether a…

US, China Talk Ebola, Islamic State, and South China Sea

On Saturday, Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi met with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Boston, Massachusetts, Kerry’s hometown.…

For Japan, Small Gesture Holds Great Importance

The Japanese government has no shortage of issues to worry about — strengthening a faltering economic recovery and trying to…

China, US exchange views ahead of Obama's visit

Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry had an in-depth exchange of views on a…

Mixed Economic Signals From China

Markets around the world have been jolted by fears that slowing growth and deflationary pressures in Europe, Japan and other…

Billionaires Must Balance the Treacherous Line between Advocacy and Political Involvement in Nondemocratic Regimes

Jack Ma is one of China’s wealthiest men. With his company, Alibaba, having raised billions in its recent public offering,…

Why Are Chinese Millionaires Buying Mansions in an L.A. Suburb?

“Oh, hey! How ya’ doin’?” Raleigh Ornelas hollers, leaning out the window of his spotless white pickup truck. He’s recognized…

  1. Military & Security
  2. Culture & Life
  3. Social Media

China-Vietnam Defense Hotline Agreed: What Next?

When the China-Vietnam oil rig crisis broke out in May, regional analysts opined that bilateral relations had been set back…

The Political Perils of Offshore Balancing

Over the past two decades, China’s military modernization has emerged as a growing threat to U.S. interests in the Asia-Pacific…

Japan Caves to China on Senkaku Island Dispute

In order to secure a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe agreed to a significant concession…

Masks donned at smog-hit Beijing marathon

Thousands of runners battled thick smog at the Beijing Marathon on Sunday, with some athletes donning masks as air pollution soared…

Did SARS Prepare East Asia for Ebola?

The Ebola epidemic in West Africa showing no signs of being effectively contained, and the latest news of health care…

Why Are Chinese Millionaires Buying Mansions in an L.A. Suburb?

“Oh, hey! How ya’ doin’?” Raleigh Ornelas hollers, leaning out the window of his spotless white pickup truck. He’s recognized…

The Scottish referendum: an excuse for Chinese netizens to discuss democracy in their own backyard

It reads like an Orwellian threat to all Scots: "The English government needs to immediately commence political thought education, and…

The Fight Against Mooncake Graft Goes Digital

On Aug. 20, U.S. ice cream giant Haagen-Dazs posted an advertisement on its Chinese social media feed letting customers know how easy…

Found in Translation

On July 22, a glossy new Chinese media venture known as the Paper announced its launch to much fanfare. A subset…

Editor’s Picks

Masks donned at smog-h…

Thousands of runners batt…

Culture and Life

Did SARS Prepare East …

The Ebola epidemic in Wes…

Culture and Life

Why Are Chinese Millio…

“Oh, hey! How ya’ doin’?”…

Culture and Life

WWII photos evoke last…

When memories can take pe…

Culture and Life

Xi Jinping Calls for A…

What makes art great? Xi …

Culture and Life

China military-linked …

A Chinese drugmaker with …

Culture and Life

Xi Jinping on Exceptio…

Xi Jinping is China’s Com…

Culture and Life
«
»

About Us

The U.S.-China Perception Monitor website aims to mitigate tensions between the U.S. and China by creating innovative channels for building trust, facilitating collaboration between the two countries in critical areas around the world, and raising mutual awareness of common interests.
Internship
Please click the link below to apply for the internship with China Program at The Carter Center.
The Carter Center Internship Program

Become a Volunteer
If you are interested in volunteering with us, please send your resume to Marjorie Perry, marjorie.m.perry@emory.edu.

Get in Touch

The Carter Center
One Copenhill
453 Freedom Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30307

Telephone: (404) 420-5100
E-mail: carterweb@emory.edu

Links

National Committee on U.S.-China Relations
China-US Focus
ChinaFile
Tea Leaf Nation
CNPolitics