What You Should be Thankful for in US–China Relations
November 25, 2015
What You Should be Thankful for in US–China Relations
From managing conflicting strategic interests to developing stability-enhancing modes of communication and cooperation.
What You Should be Thankful for in US–China Relations
Revealed: China Tests Secret Missile Capable of Hitting US Satellites
November 11, 2015
Revealed: China Tests Secret Missile Capable of Hitting US Satellites
A previously unknown anti-satellite weapon was recently tested in western China.
Revealed: China Tests Secret Missile Capable of Hitting US Satellites
Should the US Fear China’s New Space Weapons?
October 23, 2015
Should the US Fear China’s New Space Weapons?
Beijing is working on a host of different weapon systems designed to destroy or disable U.S. satellites in space.
Should the US Fear China’s New Space Weapons?
What Does the Future Hold for China-US Relations in Cyberspace?
October 16, 2015
What Does the Future Hold for China-US Relations in Cyberspace?
Recent Sino-US cyber agreements are only a starting point and need to be followed up by more clearly defined documents.
What Does the Future Hold for China-US Relations in Cyberspace?
China and India Hold Joint Military Exercise
October 12, 2015
China and India Hold Joint Military Exercise
Beijing and New Delhi are conducting counter-terror drills in China’s Yunnan province.
China and India Hold Joint Military Exercise
Why the China-US Cyber Agreement May Prove Destructive
October 07, 2015
Why the China-US Cyber Agreement May Prove Destructive
No easy solutions in U.S.–China cyber security.
Why the China-US Cyber Agreement May Prove Destructive
China-US War Over Taiwan and Spratlys: Which Side Would Win?
September 28, 2015
China-US War Over Taiwan and Spratlys: Which Side Would Win?
A new RAND report analyzes US and Chinese military capabilities based on two future war scenarios.
China-US War Over Taiwan and Spratlys: Which Side Would Win?
Obama: Cyber Theft ‘an Act of Aggression’ but US and China Can Develop Norms
September 18, 2015
Obama: Cyber Theft ‘an Act of Aggression’ but US and China Can Develop Norms
The White House recently suggested that Washington and Beijing could lead the world in developing norms for cyberspace.
Obama: Cyber Theft ‘an Act of Aggression’ but US and China Can Develop Norms
China: Quantitative Easing and the Pollution Problem
September 11, 2015
China: Quantitative Easing and the Pollution Problem
Beijing has an opportunity to boldly tackle its pollution issue while at the same time stimulating consumption.
China: Quantitative Easing and the Pollution Problem
What Is Beijing Doing to Prepare for the Military Parade?
September 01, 2015
What Is Beijing Doing to Prepare for the Military Parade?
From subway shut-downs to trained monkeys, the city is doing everything to make sure the parade is flawless.
What Is Beijing Doing to Prepare for the Military Parade?
Chinese Cyber Espionage: Avoid the 'Cheater Nation' Label
September 01, 2015
Chinese Cyber Espionage: Avoid the 'Cheater Nation' Label
Politically-charged accusation circulating in the U.S. that China is a “cheater nation” may be counter-productive.
Chinese Cyber Espionage: Avoid the 'Cheater Nation' Label
US Is (Almost) Ready to Impose Economic Sanctions on China Over Cyberespionage
September 01, 2015
US Is (Almost) Ready to Impose Economic Sanctions on China Over Cyberespionage
Economic sanctions against Chinese companies and individuals could be imposed within the next two weeks.
US Is (Almost) Ready to Impose Economic Sanctions on China Over Cyberespionage
Have Russia and China Signed a Cyber Nonaggression Pact?
August 21, 2015
Have Russia and China Signed a Cyber Nonaggression Pact?
Moscow and Beijing are advancing a vision of security in cyberspace that is markedly different from Western approaches.
Have Russia and China Signed a Cyber Nonaggression Pact?
US Public Opinion on China: A New Low?
August 06, 2015
US Public Opinion on China: A New Low?
Are increased tensions between the two countries the 'new normal'?
US Public Opinion on China: A New Low?
Russia’s Foreign Minister Slams US Over Military Buildup in Asia
August 06, 2015
Russia’s Foreign Minister Slams US Over Military Buildup in Asia
Russia continues to be worried about the U.S. rebalance to Asia.
Russia’s Foreign Minister Slams US Over Military Buildup in Asia
Beijing Practices Invasion of South China Sea Islands
July 24, 2015
Beijing Practices Invasion of South China Sea Islands
The Chinese Navy just deployed the world’s biggest hovercraft for an assault drill on Hainan Island.
Beijing Practices Invasion of South China Sea Islands
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