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China Deepens Fintech Dominance With New Digital Currency
May 19, 2021

China Deepens Fintech Dominance With New Digital Currency

By Robert Farley
Beijing is still just chipping away at U.S. financial hegemony.
Taiwan at the Nexus of Technology and Geopolitics 
May 14, 2021

Taiwan at the Nexus of Technology and Geopolitics 

By Ian Bremmer and Ali Wyne
The tightening nexus of geopolitics and geotechnology will make U.S.-China competition increasingly fraught. But Taiwan’s core challenge is not a near-term crisis.

Chinese Subsidies: A Threat to US Competitiveness?
May 08, 2021

Chinese Subsidies: A Threat to US Competitiveness?

By Sara Hsu
Are Chinese subsidies to firms in strategic sectors a threat to the competitiveness of U.S. companies?

How Should Biden Engage China?
December 24, 2020

How Should Biden Engage China?

By Yan Liang
Complete rupture and a “cold war” with China is one possibility, while peaceful and mutually beneficial coexistence is another and better option. 

Of Hostage Diplomacy and History: China and American Political Polarization
October 19, 2020

Of Hostage Diplomacy and History: China and American Political Polarization

By Bradley J. Murg
Beijing's threats against U.S. citizens in China seemingly ignore the central place that "hostage diplomacy" has played in American history.
Less Than the Sum of Its Parts: China’s ‘Negative Competition’ in the Middle East
September 29, 2020

Less Than the Sum of Its Parts: China’s ‘Negative Competition’ in the Middle East

By Scott J. Harr
China’s approach to the Middle East, predicated on a misunderstanding of U.S. strategies, is deeply flawed.

Beyond Data Privacy: Trump’s Proposed Ban of WeChat 
September 21, 2020

Beyond Data Privacy: Trump’s Proposed Ban of WeChat 

By Layne Vandenberg
The broader success factors behind Tencent and WeChat indicate alternative motivations for Trump’s proposed ban.
The New US-China Battlefield Over the COVID-19 Narrative: Poland
May 22, 2020

The New US-China Battlefield Over the COVID-19 Narrative: Poland

By Paulina Uznanska and Marian Fila
Largely via Twitter, the U.S. and Chinese ambassadors to Poland have engaged in a fierce debate over COVID-19.

What Will the Chinese Navy’s Next Frigate Look Like?
May 15, 2020

What Will the Chinese Navy’s Next Frigate Look Like?

By Rick Joe
The U.S. Navy has chosen its next frigate; what will China’s look like?

COVID-19 Will Make the US-China Great Power Dynamics More Confrontational
April 15, 2020

COVID-19 Will Make the US-China Great Power Dynamics More Confrontational

By Monish Tourangbam and Hamsini Hariharan
The pandemic induced bilateral spat between the two most powerful countries in the world comes amid the unfinished business of the trade war. 

Competition With China Goes Subnational
March 14, 2020

Competition With China Goes Subnational

By Scott Moore
Can Beijing successfully exploit divisions between local and central governments?
The US Needs a Better Strategy for China
February 04, 2020

The US Needs a Better Strategy for China

By Ian J. Lynch
Beijing’s influence operations are working. Washington needs a better strategy to respond.

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