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As China and Iran Hunt for Dissidents in the US, the FBI Is Racing to Counter the Threat

As China and Iran Hunt for Dissidents in the US, the FBI Is Racing to Counter the Threat

By Eric Tucker, Didi Tang, and Nathan Ellgren
Most defendants charged in transnational repression plots are based in their home country, making arrests and prosecutions rare.

Is the US Finally Taking China’s NFU Seriously?

Is the US Finally Taking China’s NFU Seriously?

By Daniel Schoolenberg
The U.S. is open to considering a proposal by China that nuclear weapons states negotiate a treaty on the no-first use (NFU) of nuclear weapons.
The Consequences of China’s Voracious Appetite for Illicit South African Abalone 

The Consequences of China’s Voracious Appetite for Illicit South African Abalone 

By Nicholas Muller
With profound cultural significance in Asia, poached abalone is trafficked across the globe, inflicting significant harm on disadvantaged South African coastal communities where poaching means survival.

A Warm Welcome for Japan’s Kishida in Washington

A Warm Welcome for Japan’s Kishida in Washington

By Duncan Bartlett
Japan’s Prime Minister Kishida addressed the U.S. Congress and met the president of the Philippines. However, a tentative offer to join the AUKUS security pact presents Japan with a dilemma.

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.”

What Chinese Navy Planners Are Learning from Ukraine’s Use of Unmanned Surface Vessels

What Chinese Navy Planners Are Learning from Ukraine’s Use of Unmanned Surface Vessels

By Lyle Goldstein and Nathan Waechter
Ukraine’s use of USVs has given the world’s navies a genuine view of what large scale future naval warfare might look like. 

China is Untangling the Latin American Spaghetti Bowl

China is Untangling the Latin American Spaghetti Bowl

By Adam Ratzlaff
China’s multipronged and innovative approach to engaging regional organizations in the Americas has permitted Beijing to expand its presence across the region.
De-Risking’s Blind Spot: China’s Targeting of Global Civil Society

De-Risking’s Blind Spot: China’s Targeting of Global Civil Society

By Kevin Sheives
Any de-risking strategy that does not include a focus on protecting civil society from CCP interference will fall short.

Sela Tunnel: India’s Border Infrastructure Push Makes Progress

Sela Tunnel: India’s Border Infrastructure Push Makes Progress

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
With tensions persisting on the Sino-Indian border, Delhi’s efforts to bolster its infrastructure in critical areas continues.

China and India’s Intense Contest for Influence

China and India’s Intense Contest for Influence

By Jabin T. Jacob
India has kept a close watch on China’s activities and responded strongly where its security was directly affected.

What’s in the US Intelligence Community’s 2024 Annual Threat Assessment?

What’s in the US Intelligence Community’s 2024 Annual Threat Assessment?

By Catherine Putz
China, Russia, and the usual suspects feature heavily in a tangled web of threats perceived by the U.S. intelligence community that range across the globe.
Major Automakers May Be Using Chinese Aluminum Produced With Uyghur Forced Labor

Major Automakers May Be Using Chinese Aluminum Produced With Uyghur Forced Labor

By Simina Mistreanu
A new report from Human Rights Watch links some of the world's largest car manufacturers to aluminum allegedly produced with forced labor by Uyghurs.

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