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Is There Trouble Ahead for the US and India?
June 18, 2021

Is There Trouble Ahead for the US and India?

By Mike Watson
Clear challenges for the India-U.S. bilateral lay ahead over military, economic, and climate matters; tensions over democracy and human rights could flare up at any moment.
Biden’s Multilateral Approach to China Is Paying Off
June 15, 2021

Biden’s Multilateral Approach to China Is Paying Off

By Gray Sergeant
The G-7 summit was testament to how far U.S. allies have moved on the China issue.

Taiwan, US Trade Officials Set to Meet in ‘Coming Weeks’
June 12, 2021

Taiwan, US Trade Officials Set to Meet in ‘Coming Weeks’

By Nick Aspinwall
Trade talks might be back on the agenda, picking up the momentum from a flurry of late action by the Trump administration.

How US Congress Can Help Advance North Korea Diplomacy
June 10, 2021

How US Congress Can Help Advance North Korea Diplomacy

By Matt Abbott
U.S. legislators have a long and storied history of meeting North Korean leaders. Time to dust off that legacy.

How Trump Fueled Anti-Asian Violence in America
June 08, 2021

How Trump Fueled Anti-Asian Violence in America

By Jin Kai
Trump’s encouragement of white supremacy and his strident anti-China rhetoric proved a toxic combination for Asian Americans.
The US Consensus on China Is Just a Mirage
June 04, 2021

The US Consensus on China Is Just a Mirage

By Paul Nadeau
Anyone hoping that U.S. China policy will avoid the pitfalls of growing political polarization is going to be disappointed.

Biden Announces International COVID-19 Vaccine Sharing Plan
June 04, 2021

Biden Announces International COVID-19 Vaccine Sharing Plan

By Zeke Miller
The U.S. plans to distribute 80 million doses around the world this month – with India and South Korea tapped as early recipients.
US Official Flags Future Quad Infrastructure Push
May 28, 2021

US Official Flags Future Quad Infrastructure Push

By Sebastian Strangio
Infrastructure competition between China and the U.S. could ultimately be good for the developing world.

Trade Holds the Key to the Renewal of US-Cambodia Ties
May 27, 2021

Trade Holds the Key to the Renewal of US-Cambodia Ties

By Heimkhemra Suy
Longstanding differences aside, the U.S. and Cambodia both have good reasons to strengthen their trade relationship.

The BRI in EU-China Relations: Geostrategic Stakes
May 19, 2021

The BRI in EU-China Relations: Geostrategic Stakes

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Benjamin Barton.

Biden’s First 100 Days and India-U.S. Relations
May 11, 2021

Biden’s First 100 Days and India-U.S. Relations

By Monish Tourangbam and Priyanjali Simon
Policy mandarins in New Delhi need to pay attention to the shifting domestic and foreign imperatives that are shaping Washington's foreign policy.
Transatlantic Cooperation on the China Challenge
May 11, 2021

Transatlantic Cooperation on the China Challenge

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Hans Binnendijk.

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