August 10, 2020
The Logic of a US WeChat Ban
By Chauncey Jung
WeChat is very unlikely to disobey orders from the Chinese government -- and that leaves other countries with limited options to regulate the app.
August 08, 2020
Chinese Government-Paid Scientists Plead Guilty to Stealing Research From an American Children’s Hospital
By Bonnie Girard
The same week, hundreds of NGOs urged the U.S. attorney general to designate the Chinese Communist Party a “transnational criminal organization.”
August 07, 2020
Trump Administration Targets ByteDance and Tencent
By Shea Cotton
In new executive orders, the Trump administration has taken aim at Chinese companies ByteDance and Tencent -- but the details are yet to be fully outlined.
July 30, 2020
US Diplomacy in Pakistan: The Case of the Missing Mangoes
By Adam Weinstein and Adnan Rasool
U.S. diplomacy needs to leave the conference room and engage with local populations – something European and Chinese diplomats have already mastered.
July 22, 2020
US Orders China to Close Its Consulate in Houston
By Associated Press
The US offered no details on its decision even as China promised retaliation.
July 22, 2020
The Cost of Ending Fulbright in China
By Eleanor Albert
The Trump administration is willing to sacrifice a source of long-term relationship and knowledge building in a bid to punish current Chinese behavior.
July 18, 2020
The Risk of Too Many Freedom of Navigation Operations
By Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis (Ret.)
FONOPs have a place in America’s tool chest, but only if used sparingly and wisely.
July 16, 2020
Team Biden’s Policies on China and Taiwan
By Yang Kuang-shun
To understand a possible President Biden's China approach, we need to look at the views of his likely advisers.
July 15, 2020
Advancing US-Vietnam Relations: Past, Present, and Future
By Prashanth Parameswaran
The 25th anniversary of diplomatic ties is an occasion to reflect on the remarkable trajectory of relations to date, but also the work that lies ahead.
July 13, 2020
Bad Faith All the Way: US Attempts to Bring China to the Arms Control Table
By Ankit Panda
The Trump administration’s tactics aren’t fooling anyone.
July 07, 2020
China’s Maritime Militia Vessels May Be Military Objectives During Armed Conflict
By James Kraska and Yusuke Saito
There is no universal definition for naval auxiliaries, but such ships are subject to the same treatment as warships during armed conflict.
July 02, 2020
Why South Korea Should Be Key to a Revised US Indo-Pacific Approach
By Kyle Ferrier
COVID-19 highlights the need to address nontraditional security issues in the region – something South Korea has great expertise in.