November 01, 2019
The US Must Counter China’s Malign Agenda
By Michael McCaul
China poses a threat to the U.S. and the world.
April 23, 2019
Gotta Serve Somebody? Not Necessarily: Europe in the US-China Crossfire
By Plamen Tonchev
The EU can carve out its own position vis-a-vis the United States and China.
March 22, 2019
China’s Reputation for Long-Range Planning Is Wildly Exaggerated
By David Skidmore
Don't be misled by the erroneous notion that China possesses some uniquely successful capacity for long-range planning.
January 08, 2019
The Strategic Consequences of a US-China Rift on Intellectual Property
By Robert Farley
Does it even matter if China updates its intellectual property regime?
August 24, 2018
How Real Is the Chinese Threat to the United States?
By Charles V. Peña
Threat is a function of both capability and intention.
August 17, 2018
Charting Asia’s Research Ascendancy
By Tyler Headley
How China, India, and South Korea are closing the gap with the United States.
August 07, 2018
Navigating Asia’s Stormy Seas: Regional Perspectives on US-China Competition
By Michael S. Chase and Mara Karlin
In an era of uncertainty, countries across the region are carefully balancing relations with Washington and Beijing.
August 03, 2018
US 2019 Defense Bill Calls for Public Reporting on China's Militarization Activities in the South China Sea
By Ankit Panda
The 2019 NDAA calls on the U.S. Department of Defense to make public Chinese militarization activities in the South China Sea.
March 07, 2018
How to Avoid the Thucydides Trap: The Missing Piece
By Francis P. Sempa
A recent volume gets the limits of U.S. power right, but doesn’t spend enough time on the limits of diplomacy and accommodation.
October 30, 2017
Joe Davis on Sino-US Trade Misconceptions
By Maurits Elen
What forces shape one of the world’s largest trading relations?
October 11, 2017
US Leadership in Asia and the Future of Geopolitics
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jamie Fly.
October 02, 2017
The True Deficit with China is Not With Trade -- But Knowledge
By Kerry Brown
There is a deficit – not in terms of trade, but knowledge. And the surplus is on China’s side.