May 05, 2023
Latin and South America Are a Key to the United States’ Critical Minerals Puzzle
By Sam Howell
The U.S. depends on China for critical minerals, the backbone of the digital economy and modern military power.
April 19, 2023
The Advantages and Pitfalls of India’s Multidirectional Foreign Policy
By Monish Tourangbam
India’s rising capabilities and growing voice in global affairs are significant, but its ability to shape the contours of the international system in its image remains circumscribed.
April 06, 2023
The Current State of U.S.-China Chip Competition
By Lucas Browne and Zachary Durkee
China has yet to substantively respond to the export controls targeting its chip industry, but may do so as restrictions tighten and loopholes are closed.
March 30, 2023
Report: Chinese State-sponsored Hacking Group Highly Active
By David Rising
Insikt Group says RedGolf has close overlaps with groups tracked by other security companies under the names APT41 and BARIUM, suggesting a close affiliation.
March 17, 2023
Military Chief Says US Will Defend Indo-Pacific Freedoms
By Associated Press
U.S. doesn’t seek conflict or to contain China INDOPACOM chief Aquilino said, but would take action to support the region against bullying.
March 09, 2023
The Pyrrhic Victory of a China Consensus
By Gibbs McKinley
History shows us that blithely chasing consensus could lead decision-makers in Washington astray, with disastrous consequences.
February 24, 2023
China Could Learn From Ukraine War – But on the Korean Peninsula, Not Taiwan
By A. B. Abrams
12 months of Western operations in Ukraine could hold valuable lessons for Chinese security interests in North Korea.
February 09, 2023
Neutrality and Non-alignment Are the Way Forward For ASEAN
By Kasit Piromya
The Southeast Asian regional bloc has ample experience in dealing with more powerful outside states – if only it can manage to draw on it.
February 09, 2023
How ‘Like-Mindedness’ Became the Key Attribute of the China Containment Strategy
By Andreas B. Forsby
The stronger identity dynamics become, the more likely they are to reduce all the specific strategic choices into a single decision: to side with the U.S. or China.
February 07, 2023
The Chinese Spy Balloon Incident: An Urgent Need for Communication
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
There is an urgent need for standard operating procedures and open communication, especially when it comes to technology and space.
January 23, 2023
What the US Gets Wrong About Taiwan and Deterrence
By Michael D. Swaine
Rather than preventing a war with China over Taiwan, a policy centered on military deterrence could spark one.
December 14, 2022
Don’t Force Europe to Choose Between the United States and China
By Carisa Nietsche
Coercive diplomacy comes at a cost: It threatens to inject friction and erode trust in the transatlantic relationship.
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