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How Should China Use a Biden Window of Opportunity?
December 10, 2020

How Should China Use a Biden Window of Opportunity?

By Dingding Chen
China should take a more proactive stances on Sino-U.S. relations, rather than waiting for and responding to Biden's China policy.
The Biden Administration: Asia Reacts
December 09, 2020

The Biden Administration: Asia Reacts

Yuki Tatsumi, Dino Patti Djalal, and Suhasini Haidar weigh in on the hopes and fears East, Southeast, and South Asian countries have for the Biden administration.

5 Steps Joe Biden Should Take to Confront the China Challenge
December 05, 2020

5 Steps Joe Biden Should Take to Confront the China Challenge

By Joey Siu
China is a looming threat to international order. U.S. leadership in confronting the issue has never been more important.

Biden Could Appoint Asia Czar: Report
December 02, 2020

Biden Could Appoint Asia Czar: Report

By Abhijnan Rej
The task ahead for the Biden administration when it comes to Asia is to signal a steady course comfortable to U.S. allies and partners. Key appointments are part of it.

China’s Xi Finally Congratulates US President-Elect Biden
November 26, 2020

China’s Xi Finally Congratulates US President-Elect Biden

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xi's call came shortly after the official transition process began.
China Should Follow Its Scholars’ Advice to Biden
November 20, 2020

China Should Follow Its Scholars’ Advice to Biden

By Denny Roy
Chinese analysts have joined the chorus offering advice for Biden's China policy. Those prescriptions are better applied to Beijing's own behavior.

Is Biden Preparing to Tweak the Indo-Pacific Strategy?
November 20, 2020

Is Biden Preparing to Tweak the Indo-Pacific Strategy?

By Sebastian Strangio
A shift in language may signal some changes to the Trump administration’s headline Asia policy.
US Justice Department’s China Focus Likely to Continue Under Biden
November 19, 2020

US Justice Department’s China Focus Likely to Continue Under Biden

By Associated Press
Despite a change in White House occupants in January, the United States Justice Department is likely to continue its wide-ranging China-related investigations.

How Should President-Elect Joe Biden Address the US-China Competition?
November 17, 2020

How Should President-Elect Joe Biden Address the US-China Competition?

By Dingding Chen
The rivalry is here to stay, but there are 3 things the Biden administration can do to stabilize the critical relationship.

Support for Trump in Hong Kong and Taiwan Is Unsurprising (But Misguided)
November 17, 2020

Support for Trump in Hong Kong and Taiwan Is Unsurprising (But Misguided)

By Ja Ian Chong
Worry about the reliability of Democratic presidents is based on a selective reading of past and current events.

What Does a Biden Presidency Mean to Hong Kong’s Democratic Movement?
November 14, 2020

What Does a Biden Presidency Mean to Hong Kong’s Democratic Movement?

By Thomas Chan
Many in the Hong Kong protest movement saw Donald Trump as their only hope, but they shouldn’t give up on the Biden administration.
Biden Must Not Be Tempted by the Mirage of a US-China Reset
November 10, 2020

Biden Must Not Be Tempted by the Mirage of a US-China Reset

By Valerie Niquet
The temptation of reconciliation will face the stark reality of the CCP's ambitions and behavior.

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