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Federalism in the Time of Coronavirus: A Comparative US Advantage
May 29, 2020

Federalism in the Time of Coronavirus: A Comparative US Advantage

By Caroline Chang, Scott Moore, and Ali Wyne
Despite poor performance at the national level, state and local authorities in the United States have performed admirably. 
Where Have America’s Pro-Business China Watchers Gone?
May 28, 2020

Where Have America’s Pro-Business China Watchers Gone?

By James Haynes
What happened to Amb. Terry Branstad and the rest of the United States’ pro-business, pro-engagement China watchers?

US-China-Israel Relations: Pompeo’s Visit
May 27, 2020

US-China-Israel Relations: Pompeo’s Visit

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Yoram Evron.

Missing the Signs on North Korea
May 26, 2020

Missing the Signs on North Korea

By Ankit Panda
The U.S. national security adviser has little to offer on North Korea policy.

The US Pulls Pensions Out of China. What’s the End Game?
May 21, 2020

The US Pulls Pensions Out of China. What’s the End Game?

By Bonnie Girard
Coming as part of a sea change in Trump's rhetoric toward China, this could be the start of a larger strategy.
Don’t Let Tension With China Ruin US-North Korea Diplomacy
May 21, 2020

Don’t Let Tension With China Ruin US-North Korea Diplomacy

By Christopher Mott 
Present tensions between Washington and Beijing shouldn't be allowed to derail work toward peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula.

The Trump Administration Must Maintain America’s Indo-Pacific Basing Posture
May 19, 2020

The Trump Administration Must Maintain America’s Indo-Pacific Basing Posture

By Melinda Madden
With Japan, the administration stands to damage relations at precisely the wrong time.
The Mayaguez: Honoring the Fallen and Remembering the Survivors
May 15, 2020

The Mayaguez: Honoring the Fallen and Remembering the Survivors

By Luke Hunt
U.S. soldiers who fought the last battle in Indochina deserve their place in military history.

Why the US Campaign Against Huawei Backfired
May 13, 2020

Why the US Campaign Against Huawei Backfired

By Thomas D. Lairson, David Skidmore, and Wu Xinbo
Why is it that even a government as powerful as the United States is unable to impose its will on a single technology firm?

China Naval Modernization and the US Response
May 12, 2020

China Naval Modernization and the US Response

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Collin Koh Swee Lean

Pompeo Urges Tedros to Invite Taiwan to WHA as More Countries Join Campaign
May 08, 2020

Pompeo Urges Tedros to Invite Taiwan to WHA as More Countries Join Campaign

By Nick Aspinwall
Australia and New Zealand have hopped on board a growing U.S.-backed campaign for Taiwan to participate in the World Health Assembly as an observer.
Jumpstarting the US-Japan-Korea Trilateral Amid COVID-19
May 06, 2020

Jumpstarting the US-Japan-Korea Trilateral Amid COVID-19

By Scott W. Harold
The U.S. should encourage trilateral cooperation with South Korea and Japan to fight the pandemic, with an eye toward saving the Tokyo Games.

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