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China and US Clash Over Xinjiang, Hong Kong Bills
December 05, 2019

China and US Clash Over Xinjiang, Hong Kong Bills

By Associated Press
As Congress targets China’s human rights violations, Beijing is furious over what it sees as U.S. interference.

Bonnie Glaser on the Future of US-China Relations, Taiwan, and Indo-Pacific Strategy
December 04, 2019

Bonnie Glaser on the Future of US-China Relations, Taiwan, and Indo-Pacific Strategy

By Shannon Tiezzi, Juan Zhang, andRob La Terza
“I’m not very optimistic about the U.S.-China bilateral relationship in the near term…There are multiple conflicts of interest between the two countries.”
What Do Germans Think of Berlin’s China Policy?
December 04, 2019

What Do Germans Think of Berlin’s China Policy?

By Joshua Webb
This year's Berlin Pulse charts public opinion toward China, the U.S., and Germany's foreign policy overall.

Will the Impeachment Inquiry Against Trump Influence the Korean Peace Process?
November 30, 2019

Will the Impeachment Inquiry Against Trump Influence the Korean Peace Process?

By Ildar Daminov
Current prospects for the Korean peace process do not look promising and the impeachment inquiry against Trump makes them even more bleak. 

US Senate Hearing Raises Alarm Over China’s Talent Recruitment Plans
November 30, 2019

US Senate Hearing Raises Alarm Over China’s Talent Recruitment Plans

By Bonnie Girard
Among other concerns, witness testimony pointed to “shadow labs” in China that mirror U.S- funded cutting-edge research.

America’s New Hong Kong Human Rights Act May Be Provocative, But It’s Not Surprising
November 30, 2019

America’s New Hong Kong Human Rights Act May Be Provocative, But It’s Not Surprising

By Joe Renouard
The law fits squarely within both the hawkish turn in China policy specifically and the tradition of U.S. human rights policymaking generally.

Trump Signs Bills in Support of Hong Kong; China Warns of Consequences
November 30, 2019

Trump Signs Bills in Support of Hong Kong; China Warns of Consequences

By Associated Press
Trump tried to paint the bills as a sign of “respect for President Xi,” but Beijing wasn’t buying it.
How Industry Can Step Up for Naval Needs: The Case of the Makassar-class
November 27, 2019

How Industry Can Step Up for Naval Needs: The Case of the Makassar-class

By Robert Farley
The case of the Makassar-class is a case study in industry stepping up to the plate for the needs of small navies.

Quantum Cryptography in the US-China Tech Race
November 26, 2019

Quantum Cryptography in the US-China Tech Race

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jonathan Dowling.

A Cost-Sharing Conundrum for South Korea and Japan
November 22, 2019

A Cost-Sharing Conundrum for South Korea and Japan

By Jonathan Stutte
Exorbitant demands from the Trump administration put the already fragile Japan-Korea-U.S. security alliance at risk.

US Navy’s Newest F-35B-Carrying Amphibious Assault Ship Is Heading to Japan
November 22, 2019

US Navy’s Newest F-35B-Carrying Amphibious Assault Ship Is Heading to Japan

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The USS America recently arrived at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii en route to its new homeport of Sasebo in Japan.
Tsai Ing-wen Calls for Taiwan-US Bilateral Trade Agreement
November 22, 2019

Tsai Ing-wen Calls for Taiwan-US Bilateral Trade Agreement

By Nick Aspinwall
The TAIPEI Act, which passed the U.S. Senate last month, also urges negotiations for an FTA, but political obstacles prevent a deal from happening immediately.

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