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China economic coercion

From Tsai to Lai: Taiwan’s Economic Security Reforms Amid the AI Chip Surge

From Tsai to Lai: Taiwan’s Economic Security Reforms Amid the AI Chip Surge

By Jeremy Chih-Cheng Chang and Chiang Min-yen
Reviewing past achievements and highlighting three unfinished challenges.

China’s Premier Li Qiang Visits Australia: A Step Toward Stabilizing Relations

China’s Premier Li Qiang Visits Australia: A Step Toward Stabilizing Relations

By Yu Tao
The four-day visit may lead to breakthroughs on specific issues, but more profound challenges, especially mutual skepticism and strategic competition, will remain.
Despite the Diplomatic Thaw, Australians Still Deeply Mistrust China

Despite the Diplomatic Thaw, Australians Still Deeply Mistrust China

By Elena Collinson
While political relations have improved, Australian public opinion on China remains generally negative.

China Dials up Military, Economic Pressure Campaign Against Taiwan’s New President

China Dials up Military, Economic Pressure Campaign Against Taiwan’s New President

By Brian Hioe
The tactics are familiar: military exercises, economic coercion, and pressure on Taiwanese celebrities.

Lessons From Lithuania: How ASEAN Can Manage Economic Risks With China

Lessons From Lithuania: How ASEAN Can Manage Economic Risks With China

By Shay Wester
Lithuania’s experience provides a wake-up call for Southeast Asia about the risks of economic coercion.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Toward Germany-South Korea Cooperation in Economic Security 

Toward Germany-South Korea Cooperation in Economic Security 

By Seungjoo Lee and Max J. Zenglein
The two manufacturing powerhouses face similar challenges, including coercion and competition from China. Can they weather the tide together?

The Extent (and Limits) of China’s Economic Influence

The Extent (and Limits) of China’s Economic Influence

By Audrye Wong
While Beijing’s economic statecraft has altered the strategic calculations for many countries, Chinese influence is not a foregone conclusion.
As Belt and Road Forum Convenes, Time to Rethink Narratives on China’s Economic Coercion

As Belt and Road Forum Convenes, Time to Rethink Narratives on China’s Economic Coercion

By Matt Ferchen
The problem with all this focus on Chinese economic coercion, and the related anxieties about its ability to weaponize trade, is that China hasn’t been particularly good at it.

China and the Baltics

China and the Baltics

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Una Bērziņa-Čerenkova.

China’s Coercion Is Most Effective Against Poorer Countries

China’s Coercion Is Most Effective Against Poorer Countries

By Caleb Harding
It's often argued that China's coercive tactics do not achieve results. But new data suggests that's only true for countries with a high GDP per capita.

What Do China’s Neighbors Think of De-risking?

What Do China’s Neighbors Think of De-risking?

Christina Lai, Kazuto Suzuki, and Wonho Yeon discuss the de-risking calculus for Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.
China’s Ban of Micron Puts South Korea in the Worst of Both Worlds

China’s Ban of Micron Puts South Korea in the Worst of Both Worlds

By Troy Stangarone
South Korean firms are China’s main alternatives to Micron, dragging Seoul farther into the China-U.S. semiconductor dispute.

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