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U.S. Congressman Accuses China of ‘Visa Blackmail’ Due to Planned Taiwan Visit
October 17, 2019

U.S. Congressman Accuses China of ‘Visa Blackmail’ Due to Planned Taiwan Visit

By Nick Aspinwall
Representative Sean Patrick Maloney said Beijing denied visas to a U.S. congressional delegation due to their plans to also visit Taiwan.

With the Trump Administration in Survival Mode, US Foreign Policy Unpredictability Will Grow
October 07, 2019

With the Trump Administration in Survival Mode, US Foreign Policy Unpredictability Will Grow

By Ankit Panda
Don’t try to predict how an impeachment-mode Trump is likely to move on foreign policy questions.
Fifth Column Fears: The Chinese Influence Campaign in the United States
September 24, 2019

Fifth Column Fears: The Chinese Influence Campaign in the United States

By Eric Chan
The growing reach of PRC influence operations present a special challenge for Asian-Americans. 

A Cold Arena? Greenland as a Focus of Arctic Competition
June 10, 2019

A Cold Arena? Greenland as a Focus of Arctic Competition

By Mingming Shi and Marc Lanteigne
Recent questions over the extent of China’s ambitions for Greenland deserve close scrutiny.

Why the UK Shouldn’t Follow Washington on China
June 01, 2019

Why the UK Shouldn’t Follow Washington on China

By Tim Summers
A divergence between the China policies of the two traditional trans-Atlantic allies is not new.

Gotta Serve Somebody? Not Necessarily: Europe in the US-China Crossfire
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.

To Manage Great Power Competition, America Needs a New Economic Patriot Act
April 17, 2019

To Manage Great Power Competition, America Needs a New Economic Patriot Act

By Michael B. Greenwald 
An executive order spelling out a new Economic Patriot Act would enable a smarter sanctions strategy.
Why Canada Will Bear the Brunt of the American War on Huawei
December 28, 2018

Why Canada Will Bear the Brunt of the American War on Huawei

By Uday Khanapurkar
The Canadian arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou came at the request of the U.S., but Canada is likely to be the biggest loser.

US Calls on China to Remove Missiles From South China Sea Artificial Islands
November 10, 2018

US Calls on China to Remove Missiles From South China Sea Artificial Islands

By Ankit Panda
At the second U.S.-China Diplomatic and Security Dialogue, the U.S. called on China to withdraw its missiles from the South China Sea.

From a Slow Simmer to a Boil: Managing Tensions in a Heating South China Sea
October 16, 2018

From a Slow Simmer to a Boil: Managing Tensions in a Heating South China Sea

By Tuan Anh Luc
Tensions are rising in the South China Sea.

Chinese National Indicted in US Economic Espionage Case, Extradited to US
October 11, 2018

Chinese National Indicted in US Economic Espionage Case, Extradited to US

By Ankit Panda
In a first, a Chinese national has been extradited to the United States in an economic espionage case.
CAATSA's Out of the Bag: Sanctions, Intellectual Property, and US-China Relations
October 09, 2018

CAATSA's Out of the Bag: Sanctions, Intellectual Property, and US-China Relations

By Robert Farley
Push sanctions too far and China may decide that it’s past time to challenge U.S. financial and legal hegemony.

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