The Human Level of China’s Security State
By Zhuoran Li
People still occupy the front and center of Xi’s social control vision, and technology only aims to complement the “mass line.”
China’s Conundrum and the Pottery Barn Rule
By Alexander C. Tan and Neel Vanvari
“You break it, you own it”: China has broken many of its relationships with its neighbors; now Beijing must own the results.
How China Uses Geoengineering to Pursue a Hybrid Warfare Strategy
By Kunal Sharma
China's growing ability to alter and manipulate the physical environment could help advance its geopolitical ambitions.
‘War Without Rules’: China’s Long-Term Gambit for Global Power
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Robert Spalding.
Will China’s ‘Global Security Initiative’ Catch on?
By Ovigwe Eguegu
China will need to secure buy-in from some other major global players if it wants the GSI to succeed.
Is China Done With Salami Slicing?
By Tobias Burgers and Scott Romaniuk
Beijing appears to have given up its incremental strategy in favor of more sizable power grabs.
China’s Emerging Security Partnerships in Southeast Asia: Current Trends and Future Prospects
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Beijing’s development of new security partnerships in the subregion could have significant geopolitical implications.