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The Case for Containing China
June 29, 2019

The Case for Containing China

By Francis P. Sempa
China, like the Soviet Union before it, is a peer competitor of the United States but it is not invincible.

Will China Return to Isolationism?
November 23, 2018

Will China Return to Isolationism?

By Cui Lei
China is at a turning point between returning to 1960s-era seclusion and keeping an open door.
Deconstructing the US Trade War Against China
August 20, 2018

Deconstructing the US Trade War Against China

By Jin Kai
The Trump administration is employing a “gray zone” strategy to prevent China from emerging as a threat to U.S. dominance.

What China Thinks of the Indo-Pacific Strategy
April 27, 2018

What China Thinks of the Indo-Pacific Strategy

By Dingding Chen
Chinese scholars see the free and open Indo-Pacific strategy as containment, but aren’t convinced it’ll stick.

What Does Trump’s Indo-Pacific Strategy Mean for Russia?
April 17, 2018

What Does Trump’s Indo-Pacific Strategy Mean for Russia?

By Anton Tsvetov
The new U.S. strategy poses threats to Russian interests in Asia.

Can the Quad Counter China's Belt and Road Initiative?
March 14, 2018

Can the Quad Counter China's Belt and Road Initiative?

By Zhiqun Zhu
For a number of reasons, a proposed plan is unlikely to ever materialize.

Will the Quad Mean the End of ASEAN Centrality?
November 15, 2017

Will the Quad Mean the End of ASEAN Centrality?

By Anton Tsvetov
The unexpected revival of the Quad may mean the demise of Asian multilateralism and a more threatened China.
How a Rules-Based Order Could Cement China's Rise
June 06, 2017

How a Rules-Based Order Could Cement China's Rise

By Jin Kai
What ensures and facilitates the ultimate rise of a great power?

Would China Be a Benign Hegemon?
June 02, 2017

Would China Be a Benign Hegemon?

By Kyle Haynes
Of course China wants hegemony in its backyard. The better question is what Beijing will do afterwards.

China, Russia, and the Long ‘Unipolar Moment’ Revisited
April 27, 2017

China, Russia, and the Long ‘Unipolar Moment’ Revisited

By Nathan A. Sears
A year later, does the argument of reinforced U.S. hegemony hold up?

The Pivot to Asia Was Obama’s Biggest Mistake
January 21, 2017

The Pivot to Asia Was Obama’s Biggest Mistake

By John Ford
"The pivot failed to achieve key goals in Asia while inattention made matters worse in Europe and the Middle East."
The Problem With the Pivot, Part 2
December 17, 2016

The Problem With the Pivot, Part 2

By Jared McKinney
"The pivot to Asia is a pivot to conflict with China."

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