May 01, 2023
Proposed US Legislation Seeks to End Foreign Government Intimidation of Diasporas
By David Whitehouse
Congress is moving to introduce legislation that would empower the U.S. government to tackle the growing phenomenon of transnational repression.
April 28, 2023
What Vietnam Needs from America: Lessons from a Past Alliance
By Khang Vu
What Hanoi needs from its relationship with Washington depends overwhelmingly on the state of China-Vietnam relations.
April 27, 2023
US to Dock Nuclear Subs in South Korea for First Time in 40 Years
By Aamer Madhani, Colleen Long, and Zeke Miller
The planned dock visits are a key element of the “Washington Declaration” issued during President Yoon’s U.S. visit in a bid to deter a North Korean attack.
April 25, 2023
American Prisoner in China Appeals to Basketball Star Brittney Griner for Help
By Peter Humphrey
Like Griner, Nelson Wells Jr. was imprisoned on flimsy drug charges without a fair trial. After nine years in a Chinese prison, he is hoping a new legal strategy can bring him home.
April 25, 2023
The House Select Committee: Implications for China-US Relations
By Dingding Chen and Yaqi Li
The new “Select Committee on the Strategic Competition Between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party” embraces an essentialist myth.
April 24, 2023
How the US Is Pushing India Away
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
A policy that does not respect that India does not need lessons in how to run its domestic affairs could push New Delhi to close ranks with other countries against the U.S.
April 21, 2023
US Influence in Southeast Asia Waning, New Report Says
By Sebastian Strangio
A briefing from Sydney's Lowy Institute argues that the U.S. has lost influence to China in recent years, especially in terms of its economic and diplomatic engagement.
April 20, 2023
The Case for Bringing Pakistan Into the US Indo-Pacific Strategy
By Ali Malik
As it stands, the IPS is too heavily focused on the Pacific. Adding Pakistan to the fold would bolster its ability to address Beijing’s strategic advances in the Indian Ocean.
April 18, 2023
Why US Policymakers Must Take a Surgical Approach to TikTok Concerns
By Ryan Nabil
Wholesale banning of an entire social media platform could have serious implications for the future role of the government in regulating how Americans use the internet.
April 13, 2023
Underneath the Bipartisan Meeting with Tsai Lurks McCarthy’s Partisan Agenda
By Jiachen Shi
Despite emphasizing his commitment to bipartisanship, Kevin McCarthy’s current top priority is promoting partisan legislation and cementing Republicans as tough on China.
April 07, 2023
5 Challenges for the US-South Korea Alliance
By Troy Stangarone
The next decade may present the U.S.-Korea alliance -- which soon marks 70 years -- with more profound changes than any prior decade.
April 05, 2023
To Counter China, US Trade Rep Seeks Closer Ties to Allies
By Paul Wiseman and Josh Boak
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai insists the United States wants to work with allies to build a better, fairer world trading system.