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What Does the EU-China Investment Deal Mean for US-EU Relations?
January 12, 2021

What Does the EU-China Investment Deal Mean for US-EU Relations?

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Alexander Vuving.
Will Congress Be a ‘Spoiler’ in Biden’s China Policy?
January 08, 2021

Will Congress Be a ‘Spoiler’ in Biden’s China Policy?

By Robert Sutter
Despite intense partisan frictions, on China policy in particular there is much room for consensus.

US Ambassador to the United Nations Will Visit Taiwan
January 08, 2021

US Ambassador to the United Nations Will Visit Taiwan

By Shannon Tiezzi
Craft will become the latest – and last – high-ranking Trump administration official to visit Taiwan.

Trump, China, and Foreign Policy as Theater
January 06, 2021

Trump, China, and Foreign Policy as Theater

By Abhijnan Rej
A new op-ed by Mike Pompeo and Marshall Billingslea vividly demonstrates everything that has been wrong with Trump’s China policy.

How Should Biden Engage China?
December 24, 2020

How Should Biden Engage China?

By Yan Liang
Complete rupture and a “cold war” with China is one possibility, while peaceful and mutually beneficial coexistence is another and better option. 
China’s Challenges to Global Democracy
December 21, 2020

China’s Challenges to Global Democracy

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Kevin Sheives.

US Government Officially Labels Vietnam a Currency Manipulator
December 17, 2020

US Government Officially Labels Vietnam a Currency Manipulator

By Sebastian Strangio
The unprecedented designation threatens to generate frictions with an important U.S. partner in Southeast Asia.
How the US Can Mediate the Japan-South Korea Dispute
December 16, 2020

How the US Can Mediate the Japan-South Korea Dispute

By Xuan Dung Phan
The Biden administration must avoid the fundamental flaw of previous reparations arrangements: prioritizing state interests over victims’ concerns.

Italy’s China Card in EU-US Relations
December 14, 2020

Italy’s China Card in EU-US Relations

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Nicola Casarini.

As Biden Picks Austin for Defense Secretary, Nagging Fears Resurface
December 12, 2020

As Biden Picks Austin for Defense Secretary, Nagging Fears Resurface

By Abhijnan Rej
If Biden changes course on China, relatively speaking, could India-U.S. relations be affected?

Taiwan’s President Makes the (Virtual) Rounds at DC Think Tanks
December 10, 2020

Taiwan’s President Makes the (Virtual) Rounds at DC Think Tanks

By Shannon Tiezzi
President Tsai gave virtual remarks at three separate events in two days, a flurry of engagement designed to highlight her agenda for U.S.-Taiwan cooperation.
Indonesia Primed for US Fighter Jet Sale: Report
December 10, 2020

Indonesia Primed for US Fighter Jet Sale: Report

By Sebastian Strangio
The country's air force has taken a step toward its long-held goal of upgrading its fleet of F-16 fighter jets.

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