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Top US and Chinese Defense Officials Seek to Restore Communications as Tensions Rise in Indo-Pacific

Top US and Chinese Defense Officials Seek to Restore Communications as Tensions Rise in Indo-Pacific

By David Rising
A closed-door meeting Friday was the first in person contact between the top Chinese and U.S. defense officials since 2022.

Steadying the Waters: Navigating the Tensions at Second Thomas Shoal

Steadying the Waters: Navigating the Tensions at Second Thomas Shoal

By Sophie Wushuang Yi
The current stand-off over the Philippine-occupied shoal is a microcosm of the broader security dilemma in the South China Sea.
The Broadening Strategy of U.S. Technological Restrictions on China

The Broadening Strategy of U.S. Technological Restrictions on China

By Yingfan CHEN, Hamilton CHEN, and Dingding CHEN
The Biden administration's restrictions can be said to have shifted from “small yard, high fence” to “large yard, low fence.”

In China-US Relations, Trust Is Valuable but Unattainable

In China-US Relations, Trust Is Valuable but Unattainable

By Denny Roy
Whether because of deception or misinterpretation, the Chinese and U.S. governments do not believe each other’s assurances. 

China, Russia Target Western Financial System With Propaganda and Disinformation 

China, Russia Target Western Financial System With Propaganda and Disinformation 

By Kyle Walter and Hamsini Hariharan
As multipolar ambitions persist, the Western financial system has become a prime target of both Chinese and Russian disinformation campaigns.

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

China-based Hackers Breached Government and Individual Email Accounts, Microsoft Says

China-based Hackers Breached Government and Individual Email Accounts, Microsoft Says

By Zen Soo
Microsoft said a group, dubbed Storm-0558, gained access to email accounts linked to 25 organizations, including Western European government agencies.

Former ByteDance Executive Says Chinese Communist Party Tracked Hong Kong Protesters via Data

Former ByteDance Executive Says Chinese Communist Party Tracked Hong Kong Protesters via Data

By Zen Soo
Yintao Yu, formerly head of engineering for ByteDance in the U.S., said in a court filing that the company had a “superuser” credential for a committee of CCP members.
US, Japanese, Philippine Coast Guard Ships Stage Law Enforcement Drills Near South China Sea

US, Japanese, Philippine Coast Guard Ships Stage Law Enforcement Drills Near South China Sea

By Aaron Favila and Joeal Calupitan
Philippine officials say such joint exercises with U.S. forces do not target any country. But Beijing says increased U.S. security deployments in Asia target China and undermine regional stability.

What Will China’s New Security Initiatives Look Like?

What Will China’s New Security Initiatives Look Like?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Defense Minister Li Shangfu’s speech at the Shangri-La Dialogue was more interested in assigning blame than advancing solutions.

Top US, Chinese Defense Officials Vie for Influence in Asia-Pacific

Top US, Chinese Defense Officials Vie for Influence in Asia-Pacific

By David Rising
This year's Shangri-La Dialogue comes amid a wide range of issues, including the war in Ukraine, the ongoing conflict in Myanmar, and growing tensions between China and the U.S.

Latin and South America Are a Key to the United States’ Critical Minerals Puzzle 

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. 
The Advantages and Pitfalls of India’s Multidirectional Foreign Policy

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.

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