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Biden to Order a Review of US Supply Chains for Vital Goods
February 25, 2021

Biden to Order a Review of US Supply Chains for Vital Goods

By Associated Press
Over the past year, the fragility of vital supply chains has been revealed repeatedly.

Outlook: China and the Transatlantic Alliance 
February 23, 2021

Outlook: China and the Transatlantic Alliance 

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Rachel Tausendfreund.
Myanmar and Biden’s Broken-Down Car Dilemma
February 22, 2021

Myanmar and Biden’s Broken-Down Car Dilemma

By Andrew Samet
The Myanmar coup has posed an early test to the new administration's promise to work with allies to forge an anti-authoritarian front.

Are Confucius Institutes in the US Really Necessary?
February 20, 2021

Are Confucius Institutes in the US Really Necessary?

By Gary Sands
The teaching of Chinese language and culture in the U.S. will remain important, but are Chinese government funded institutes the best option?

Refining US Military Scenario-Planning for China and Russia
February 16, 2021

Refining US Military Scenario-Planning for China and Russia

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Bryan Clark.

US Defense Department to Create Big Picture China Task Force
February 13, 2021

US Defense Department to Create Big Picture China Task Force

By Abhijnan Rej
The move comes amid a visible push by the Biden administration to meet the China challenge.

Assessing India’s CAATSA Sanctions Waiver Eligibility
February 12, 2021

Assessing India’s CAATSA Sanctions Waiver Eligibility

By Richard M. Rossow and Kriti Upadhyaya
Whether the U.S. sanctions India or not under the 2017 law will crucially depend on a single question: Between Russia and China, who is the bigger threat?
The US Needs a New Indian Ocean Strategy, Now
February 11, 2021

The US Needs a New Indian Ocean Strategy, Now

By Louis Bergeron, Nick Iorio, and Jeff Payne
It's time to prioritize the “Indo” in “Indo-Pacific.”

What to Expect From US-Taiwan Relations in 2021 (and Beyond)
February 11, 2021

What to Expect From US-Taiwan Relations in 2021 (and Beyond)

By Shannon Tiezzi
In an exclusive interview, Taiwan’s Ambassador Hsiao Bi-khim discusses U.S.-Taiwan ties under the Biden administration.

The US and China at the UN: Global Diplomacy
February 09, 2021

The US and China at the UN: Global Diplomacy

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jeffrey Feltman.

Responding to Chinese ‘Whataboutism’: On Uyghur and Native Genocides
February 03, 2021

Responding to Chinese ‘Whataboutism’: On Uyghur and Native Genocides

By Andrew A. Szarejko
China’s finger-pointing at the ill treatment of Native Americans might be disingenuous, but it is still in the United States’ interests to admit to historical wrongs.
Myanmar’s Coup: An Early Test for the Biden Administration
February 02, 2021

Myanmar’s Coup: An Early Test for the Biden Administration

By Sebastian Strangio
It remains to be seen whether the U.S. response can resolve a growing tension between values and interests.

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