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3 Reasons Why the US Doesn’t Have a Coherent China Strategy
May 05, 2021

3 Reasons Why the US Doesn’t Have a Coherent China Strategy

By Bu Le and Dingding Chen
The United States’ China policy will continue to zig and zag in the future.

China Is No Excuse for Biden to Ignore Human Rights in India
April 30, 2021

China Is No Excuse for Biden to Ignore Human Rights in India

By Justin Sherman
The increasing inseparability of offline and online rights abuses is manifestly clear in India.
What Would a US-Led Global Technology Alliance Look Like?
April 30, 2021

What Would a US-Led Global Technology Alliance Look Like?

By Ilan Goldenberg and Martijn Rasser
There’s been much talk of uniting tech-leading democracies to compete against China. What would that mean in practice?

Policy Advisers Urge US Government to Ratchet up the Pressure on China
April 28, 2021

Policy Advisers Urge US Government to Ratchet up the Pressure on China

By Bonnie Girard
From economies to politics, the language on China is increasingly direct, as evidenced by a recent USCESRC hearing.

Trump Reveals What Many Already Suspected About His Korea Policy
April 28, 2021

Trump Reveals What Many Already Suspected About His Korea Policy

By Kyle Ferrier
A statement from the former president is a stark reminder of his transactional approach to both Koreas.

Senate’s Strategic Competition Act Will Make China-US Relations Worse, Not Better
April 27, 2021

Senate’s Strategic Competition Act Will Make China-US Relations Worse, Not Better

By Sara Hsu
The overall thrust of the Strategic Competition Act of 2021 is that China is an adversary that cannot be negotiated with.

Survey: US Public Supports Action on China’s Human Rights Abuses
April 23, 2021

Survey: US Public Supports Action on China’s Human Rights Abuses

By Carolyn Brueggemann, Josie Coyle, Justine Davis, Miriam Dawson, and Timothy S. Rich
The U.S. government frequently criticizes China’s government for human rights violations. What do Americans think?
US Climate Summit: Who’s Attending From the Asia-Pacific?
April 22, 2021

US Climate Summit: Who’s Attending From the Asia-Pacific?

By Shannon Tiezzi
12 Asian countries will have their leaders speak at Biden's first big (virtual) event. Others are feeling snubbed.

Outlook: China-US Cross-Border Investment
April 19, 2021

Outlook: China-US Cross-Border Investment

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jean-Marc F. Blanchard.

Biden Delegation Pledges US Support for Taiwan Self-Defense
April 17, 2021

Biden Delegation Pledges US Support for Taiwan Self-Defense

By Nick Aspinwall
An unofficial delegation led by former Senator Chris Dodd completed a three-day visit to Taiwan in a show of support from the Biden administration.

US Envoy Kerry Discusses Climate Challenges in Bangladesh
April 10, 2021

US Envoy Kerry Discusses Climate Challenges in Bangladesh

By Julhas Alam
The U.S. special envoy on climate stopped in Bangladesh as part of a tour of climate change-vulnerable nations.
The China Plan: Transatlantic Blueprint for Strategic Competition
April 06, 2021

The China Plan: Transatlantic Blueprint for Strategic Competition

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Sarah Kirchberger.

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