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As China and Iran Hunt for Dissidents in the US, the FBI Is Racing to Counter the Threat

As China and Iran Hunt for Dissidents in the US, the FBI Is Racing to Counter the Threat

By Eric Tucker, Didi Tang, and Nathan Ellgren
Most defendants charged in transnational repression plots are based in their home country, making arrests and prosecutions rare.
A Blueprint for a Functional China-US Working Group on AI

A Blueprint for a Functional China-US Working Group on AI

By Michael Depp
Provided the United States and China can focus on practical considerations, the promised working group could be a significant source of stability. 

Does a New Book on the China Threat Preview a Second Trump Presidency?

Does a New Book on the China Threat Preview a Second Trump Presidency?

By Francis P. Sempa
A new book by James Fanell and Bradley Thayer, with a foreword by Steve Bannon, could foreshadow how Trump administration “super hawks” would approach China policy.

As Blinken Heads to China, What’s on the Agenda?

As Blinken Heads to China, What’s on the Agenda?

By Matthew Lee
China’s support for Russia will be a primary topic, along with war in the Middle East and tensions over Taiwan and the South China Sea.

Leadership Shift in the House China Select Committee Could Cripple Congress’ Anti-China Momentum

Leadership Shift in the House China Select Committee Could Cripple Congress’ Anti-China Momentum

By Jiachen Shi
Representative Mike Gallagher’s surprise resignation will create a leadership vacuum in the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party, which he chaired.
Why Are Americans Souring on Foreign Investment?

Why Are Americans Souring on Foreign Investment?

By Frank Ahrens
The official warm welcome that foreign investors receive in the U.S. may not be matched by common sentiment among the American electorate.

How American Exceptionalism Gave Rise to the China Threat Theory

How American Exceptionalism Gave Rise to the China Threat Theory

By Gabby Green
China, a legitimate contender to the U.S.-led world order, fundamentally challenges the doctrine of American exceptionalism – the basic tenet of U.S. national identity.
The Elephant in the Room: An Imminent Danger to the Japan-US Alliance

The Elephant in the Room: An Imminent Danger to the Japan-US Alliance

By Yukari Easton
During his state visit, Kishida was unusually blunt about the dangers current trends in U.S. politics pose to the alliance.

Banning TikTok Won’t Solve the US Social Media Problem 

Banning TikTok Won’t Solve the US Social Media Problem 

By Matt Dagher-Margosian
While the Biden administration seeks to aggressively regulate TikTok, it has given up attempting to control disinformation on domestic social media companies.

Why the US Should Cooperate More Closely With Vietnam’s Public Security Ministry

Why the US Should Cooperate More Closely With Vietnam’s Public Security Ministry

By Khang Vu
Small arms procurements for internal security agencies could be a step toward more substantial purchases of U.S. hardware for Vietnam's military.

Biden and Senate Democrats May Postpone the TikTok Bill Amid Election Year

Biden and Senate Democrats May Postpone the TikTok Bill Amid Election Year

By You Wang
Republicans have exhibited cohesion in their bid to ban TikTok, underscoring their resolve. Democratic legislators seem to display more doubts.
China’s Xi Jinping Meets With US Business Leaders  

China’s Xi Jinping Meets With US Business Leaders  

By Associated Press
Xi emphasized the mutually beneficial economic ties between the two, despite heavy U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports and restrictions on China’s tech sector.

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