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China Calls Charges of Pandemic Opportunism in South China Sea ‘Sheer Nonsense’
May 27, 2020

China Calls Charges of Pandemic Opportunism in South China Sea ‘Sheer Nonsense’

By Ankit Panda
Have China’s ways in the South China Sea changed at all?

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.
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. 

Survey: Chinese Report Less Favorable Views of US Democracy
April 09, 2020

Survey: Chinese Report Less Favorable Views of US Democracy

By Ankit Panda
The American political system remains unpopular in China.

The Investment War With China: US Investment in China
April 07, 2020

The Investment War With China: US Investment in China

By Jean-Marc F. Blanchard
Part three of this series looks at American pressure on U.S. foreign direct investment in China

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.
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.

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