To China, Spades Are Trumps
By Harry Harding
China has inherited the confidence of Khrushchev’s famous declaration to the West: “We will bury you.”
China and the World: Can China Lead?
By Jongsoo Lee
An interview with William Kirby on China's ambitions, soft power, and education.
Regardless of the US Election Result, China Sees Itself as the Ultimate Winner
By Shannon Tiezzi
China’s leaders have bought into a narrative of historical inevitably: China is destined to rise, and the United States to fall.
China’s Rise as a Military Power: A View From Tokyo
By Jongsoo Lee
An interview with Narushige Michishita.
The Geopolitical Consequences of the Coronavirus Outbreak
By Ridvan Bari Urcosta
Will China be forced into “hibernation” amid the epidemic?
A Conversation on China’s Long Regional Shadow
By Luke Hunt
Luke Hunt speaks to Huw Watkin on China’s role in the region and what it means for politics, economics, and security.
NATO Needs a China Policy
By Helena Legarda and Meia Nouwens
NATO needs a coordinated and comprehensive strategy to deal with an ever-more confident China.
How China Is Losing the World
By Kerry Brown
China’s over-reach risks creating a wellspring of resistance to its global ambitions.
How China Is Polarized by America
By Xie Tao
Chinese elites are sharply divided in their thinking on the trade war — and China-U.S. relations in general.
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.
Trump’s Trade War on China Is About More Than Trade
By Liu Wei
Forget the trade deficit. The trade war is part of a larger U.S. backlash against China's rise.
Is There Really a ‘China Model’?
By Bonnie Girard
A closer look at Chinese claims that its blueprint for growth can be exported.