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Taiwan as an Indo-Pacific Contributor
April 17, 2019
Taiwan as an Indo-Pacific Contributor
A series of events tied to the commemoration of the Taiwan Relations Act have spotlighted Taipei’s role in the wider region on its own terms and as a U.S. partner.
Taiwan as an Indo-Pacific Contributor
To Manage Great Power Competition, America Needs a New Economic Patriot Act
April 17, 2019
To Manage Great Power Competition, America Needs a New Economic Patriot Act
An executive order spelling out a new Economic Patriot Act would enable a smarter sanctions strategy.
To Manage Great Power Competition, America Needs a New Economic Patriot Act
Israel Balancing US-China Relations: Geostrategic Context
April 16, 2019
Israel Balancing US-China Relations: Geostrategic Context
Insights from Shira Efron.
Israel Balancing US-China Relations: Geostrategic Context
High-Level US Visits to Taiwan Mark 40 Years of Unofficial Ties
April 13, 2019
High-Level US Visits to Taiwan Mark 40 Years of Unofficial Ties
Former House Speaker Paul Ryan will lead a delegation to Taipei next week, continuing celebrations of the Taiwan Relations Act.
High-Level US Visits to Taiwan Mark 40 Years of Unofficial Ties
The US-China Trade War: The Case of Kentucky Bourbon
April 12, 2019
The US-China Trade War: The Case of Kentucky Bourbon
The bourbon wars hold important lessons for how Americans think about trade policy.
The US-China Trade War: The Case of Kentucky Bourbon
A Bipartisan Congressional Group Supports Trump’s Tough-on-China Approach
April 05, 2019
A Bipartisan Congressional Group Supports Trump’s Tough-on-China Approach
In an otherwise divided Washington, there is surprising uniformity in messaging on the U.S.-China trade war.
A Bipartisan Congressional Group Supports Trump’s Tough-on-China Approach
EU China Policy: Time to Toughen Up?
April 02, 2019
EU China Policy: Time to Toughen Up?
Insights from Jonas Parello-Plesner.
EU China Policy: Time to Toughen Up?
What Does the 2019 Balikatan Exercise Tell Us About the US-Philippines Alliance?
April 01, 2019
What Does the 2019 Balikatan Exercise Tell Us About the US-Philippines Alliance?
The exercise highlights some of the ongoing activity in the defense aspect of the relationship amid broader trends.
What Does the 2019 Balikatan Exercise Tell Us About the US-Philippines Alliance?
Beyond Tariffs: In the Trump Era, a New Trade War Arsenal
April 01, 2019
Beyond Tariffs: In the Trump Era, a New Trade War Arsenal
The next-generation weapons of today’s trade war dangerously conflate politics and economics.
Beyond Tariffs: In the Trump Era, a New Trade War Arsenal
A Test Case for Reciprocity: The US Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act
March 27, 2019
A Test Case for Reciprocity: The US Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act
Can the Act actually inspire China to loosen restrictions on travel to Tibet?
A Test Case for Reciprocity: The US Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act
When Tokyo and Seoul Fight, a Complacent Washington Loses
March 26, 2019
When Tokyo and Seoul Fight, a Complacent Washington Loses
Bickering between Seoul and Tokyo plays directly into the hands of Pyongyang and Beijing.
When Tokyo and Seoul Fight, a Complacent Washington Loses
China in Djibouti: The Power of Ports
March 25, 2019
China in Djibouti: The Power of Ports
Insights from Basil M. Karatzas.
China in Djibouti: The Power of Ports
The Future of Asia’s Quad: Managing the Perceptions Gap
March 20, 2019
The Future of Asia’s Quad: Managing the Perceptions Gap
Despite some ongoing adjustments, the key regional challenge for the Quad is addressing a lingering perceptions gap in some quarters.
The Future of Asia’s Quad: Managing the Perceptions Gap
China and Saudi Arabia: The Global Ambitions of Mohammad bin Salman
March 20, 2019
China and Saudi Arabia: The Global Ambitions of Mohammad bin Salman
Insights from James Dorsey.
China and Saudi Arabia: The Global Ambitions of Mohammad bin Salman
Taiwan, US Plan New, 'More Direct' Talks This Fall
March 19, 2019
Taiwan, US Plan New, 'More Direct' Talks This Fall
The “Indo-Pacific Democratic Governance Consultations” will see a senior U.S. official travel to Taiwan in September.
Taiwan, US Plan New, 'More Direct' Talks This Fall
US Secretary of State Criticizes China’s South China Sea Practices
March 14, 2019
US Secretary of State Criticizes China’s South China Sea Practices
Mike Pompeo also criticized China’s “debt trap” diplomacy.
US Secretary of State Criticizes China’s South China Sea Practices
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