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China at 70: The Growing Pains of a Rising Power
October 01, 2019

China at 70: The Growing Pains of a Rising Power

By Xie Tao
Seventy years after the founding of the People’s Republic, significant tasks still lay ahead for China.

Toward a US-China ‘Steady State’: Assets, Liabilities, and Great Power Competition
August 20, 2019

Toward a US-China ‘Steady State’: Assets, Liabilities, and Great Power Competition

By Ankit Panda
Can the United States and China find terms on which to coexist in the 21st century?
Competition, Confrontation, or Collision Course? Reassessing US-China Relations
March 05, 2019

Competition, Confrontation, or Collision Course? Reassessing US-China Relations

By Ankit Panda, Orville Schell, and Susan Shirk
A new report peers into the future of the world’s most consequential bilateral relationship.

Explaining Australia’s Meek Response to China's Arbitrary Detention of 2 Canadians
January 03, 2019

Explaining Australia’s Meek Response to China's Arbitrary Detention of 2 Canadians

By Grant Wyeth
Australia has been slow to respond to these events, instead choosing to remain mostly aloof. Why?

Why Asia Should Be Worried By America’s Bullying of China
December 21, 2018

Why Asia Should Be Worried By America’s Bullying of China

By Chandran Nair
India, Indonesia, or another rising Asian power could be next.

What Does China’s Belt and Road Initiative Mean for US Grand Strategy?
June 05, 2018

What Does China’s Belt and Road Initiative Mean for US Grand Strategy?

By Thomas P. Cavanna
Over time the BRI could threaten the very foundations of Washington’s post-WWII hegemony.

China’s 2018 Military Budget: New Numbers, Old Worries
March 07, 2018

China’s 2018 Military Budget: New Numbers, Old Worries

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Beijing’s growing might continues to stoke regional anxieties.  
The One Important Ingredient for Regional Hegemony That China's Still Missing
March 04, 2018

The One Important Ingredient for Regional Hegemony That China's Still Missing

By Robert Farley
Hard power and wealth aren't everything in pursuing and maintaining hegemony.

China and the Geopolitics of Knowledge: Winning the Long Game
February 27, 2018

China and the Geopolitics of Knowledge: Winning the Long Game

By Dawisson Belém Lopes
Beijing has proven itself adept at playing the long game, and its efforts are coming to fruition.

China's Rise and the Future of Liberal International Order: Asking the Right Questions
February 23, 2018

China's Rise and the Future of Liberal International Order: Asking the Right Questions

By Robert Farley
As China rises, what sort of challenge will it pose to the U.S.-led status quo?

What Could the United States Have Done – If Anything – To Prevent China's Rise?
February 17, 2018

What Could the United States Have Done – If Anything – To Prevent China's Rise?

By Robert Farley
The United States did not undertake the difficult and expensive steps necessary to prevent the economic and military rise of China.
How a British Historian and Hungarian Writer Predicted the Soviet Fall and China’s Rise
January 27, 2018

How a British Historian and Hungarian Writer Predicted the Soviet Fall and China’s Rise

By Francis P. Sempa
In the early 1970s, Arnold Toynbee and George Urban foresaw two of the developments that would shape the 21st century.

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