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What If Washington Had Supported Taiwanese Independence in the 1990s?
September 26, 2020

What If Washington Had Supported Taiwanese Independence in the 1990s?

By Robert Farley
This is not to say that taking a hard line on China would have been popular within the United States, politically possible, or even a good idea. But what if?

Southeast Asia Caught Between the US and China
September 25, 2020

Southeast Asia Caught Between the US and China

By Ankit Panda
How do Southeast Asian countries view intensifying geopolitical competition between the United States and China in Asia?
China Is Signaling Its Desire to Improve Relations With the US. Is Anyone Listening?
September 25, 2020

China Is Signaling Its Desire to Improve Relations With the US. Is Anyone Listening?

By Aries Li
Chinese officials’ World War II commemorations hold an important message for the modern day China-U.S. relationship.

Can China Become the World Leader in Semiconductors?
September 25, 2020

Can China Become the World Leader in Semiconductors?

By Justin Hodiak and Scott W. Harold
China’s semiconductor industry faces considerable challenges in reaching global leadership status. But don't assume it's impossible.

China Announces Aggressive Climate Targets at United Nations
September 25, 2020

China Announces Aggressive Climate Targets at United Nations

By Steven Stashwick
Xi Jinping pledges China will be carbon neutral by 2060 in a bid to soften China's global image.

Peacekeeping With Chinese Characteristics
September 25, 2020

Peacekeeping With Chinese Characteristics

By Jayshree Borah
China just issued its first white paper on U.N. Peacekeeping Operations. What does it tell us about the Chinese approach to peacekeeping and peace-building?

Explainer: The TikTok Deal for Dummies
September 24, 2020

Explainer: The TikTok Deal for Dummies

By Ben Lowsen
Trump is threatening repercussions to coax ByteDance into a deal, but whether the Chinese and U.S. governments will both assent remains unclear.
China’s Draft Data Security Law: A Practical Review
September 24, 2020

China’s Draft Data Security Law: A Practical Review

By Marcel Green
For the first time, the Chinese government is taking steps to protect personal and consumer data. Businesses should take note.

The Case of Cheng Lei: China Blurring the Lines of Ethnicity and Citizenship
September 24, 2020

The Case of Cheng Lei: China Blurring the Lines of Ethnicity and Citizenship

By Grant Wyeth
China has effectively created a Schrödinger’s Chinese Australian, where a person’s nationality is simultaneously Australian and Chinese depending on which serves the CCP’s purposes. 

In Serbia, China’s Digital Silk Road Might Be in Trouble Very Soon
September 23, 2020

In Serbia, China’s Digital Silk Road Might Be in Trouble Very Soon

By Vuk Vuksanovic
A breakthrough agreement signed between Serbia and Kosovo could spell the end of Huawei's thriving presence in Serbia.

China’s New Carbon Neutrality Commitment Will Affect Global Energy Security
September 23, 2020

China’s New Carbon Neutrality Commitment Will Affect Global Energy Security

By Niharika Tagotra
President Xi’s announcement yesterday at the U.N. General Assembly will have economic as well as geopolitical ramifications.
Is Bangladesh Growing Closer to China at the Expense of Its Relations With India?
September 23, 2020

Is Bangladesh Growing Closer to China at the Expense of Its Relations With India?

By Masum Billah
Bangladeshi experts believe media speculation on deteriorating Bangladesh-India relations is overhyped.

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