The US and China are engaged in a classic power struggle. The question is, who will come out on top?
What was behind the latest encounter between US and Chinese military vessels in contested waters?
The meeting is just the second US state visit during the Biden administration. It comes as Washington and Seoul face common concerns.
The South China Sea is of strategic and economic importance to Beijing and the US, setting up a potential power struggle that could spark conflict.
Remarks by the US president come amid heightened tensions between Washington and Beijing and follow a contentious visit to Taiwan by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Washington must continue to support Taiwan while seeking a better security dialogue with Beijing.
Taiwan dominates the global market for microchips – something that Washington is well aware of.
Beijing’s response to the visit by the US speaker has a lot do with internal Chinese politics.
While Chinese American voters are not a homogeneous group, many people who have ancestral ties to the region are unlikely to question their support for Nancy Pelosi just because of her Taiwan trip.
Chinese fighter jets buzzed the line separating China and Taiwan just hours before the US House speaker arrived on the island.
The White House has distanced itself from the US House speaker’s potential visit to Taiwan. But does it still signal a shift in policy over diplomatic ties with the island?
Biden’s suggestion that the US is prepared to intervene militarily if Taiwan was invaded was quickly walked back by White House officials.
Taiwanese authorities are allowing its tiny contingent to attend the opening ceremony in Beijing despite a long-running dispute over its name in the Olympics.
Tensions are high across the Taiwan Strait. But what are the origins of the relationship between China and Taiwan?
Forced to balance traditional alliances with its trade-dependent relationship with China, New Zealand walks a fine diplomatic line over Taiwan.
Beijing has reacted to the withdrawal with the message that the US can’t be trusted as an ally.