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Sixth Annual Young Scholars Forum on U.S.-China Relations: The Decline of the Bilateral Relationship and Its Domestic Factors
Over the past decade, the world has witnessed the steady deterioration of U.S.-China relations. Key issues in the bilateral relationship, which span from sovereignty to human rights, appear increasingly intractable as neither side is willing to share responsibility for the current state of affairs. Hawkish rhetoric and rising nationalism have exacerbated misperceptions that now present the core obstacle to charting a peaceful and productive path forward. In a promising turn, there is growing realization in the U.S. that the bilateral relationship emerges from its domestic politics and governance. Such introspection, however, must also extend to a deep understanding of how Chinese domestic politics and governance influences its foreign policy. Which institutions in each country drive foreign policy decision-making? Who processes and interprets the actions and goals of the other country? How can the U.S. and China ensure that both sides are sufficiently informed to carry the relationship forward? How can each country better manage internal public opinion?
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