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Who Cares if the US Is in a ‘New Cold War’ With China?
February 24, 2020

Who Cares if the US Is in a ‘New Cold War’ With China?

By Jacob Stokes
It’s time to focus on the tradeoffs that will come to define this important bilateral relationship.

The US Is Losing the 5G Fight, But Hampering China Is Not the Solution
February 18, 2020

The US Is Losing the 5G Fight, But Hampering China Is Not the Solution

By Enea Gjoza
If the United States wants to compete, it should focus on domestic revitalization.
Beware China’s ‘Barbarian Handlers’
February 11, 2020

Beware China’s ‘Barbarian Handlers’

By William Choong
A recent appeal by a senior PLA officer should be read with appropriate caveats in mind.

Asia Reacts to the Coronavirus Epidemic
February 06, 2020

Asia Reacts to the Coronavirus Epidemic

By Ankit Panda
As much remains unknown about the disease’s potential economic and social impact, Asia braces for the worst.

Taiwan Heads to the Polls: What Are the Geopolitical Stakes?
January 07, 2020

Taiwan Heads to the Polls: What Are the Geopolitical Stakes?

By Ankit Panda
What are the stakes in Taiwan’s seventh direct presidential elections?

China Looks to Central Asia as an Economic Alternative
December 18, 2019

China Looks to Central Asia as an Economic Alternative

By James Grant
China is actively looking for partners to show that the BRI is a truly international project, rather than simply a geopolitical expansion plan.

Report: China, Russia Have Draft UN Security Council Resolution Proposing Sanctions Relief for North Korea
December 17, 2019

Report: China, Russia Have Draft UN Security Council Resolution Proposing Sanctions Relief for North Korea

By Ankit Panda
The resolution would relax economic constraints on North Korea.
2019 in Asian Geopolitics: A Year of Change
December 12, 2019

2019 in Asian Geopolitics: A Year of Change

By Ankit Panda
From South Asia to China to Northeast Asia, 2019 was a transformative year.

China‘s Response to US Hong Kong Democracy Act Shows Deep Insecurities
December 09, 2019

China‘s Response to US Hong Kong Democracy Act Shows Deep Insecurities

By Ankit Panda
Chipping away at Hong Kong’s status in retaliation will only vindicate the U.S. move.

Confucius Institutes as State Policy: Clumsy or Effective Purveyors of Influence?
November 28, 2019

Confucius Institutes as State Policy: Clumsy or Effective Purveyors of Influence?

By Robert Farley
How can American and other educational institutions coexist with political endeavors like China’s Confucius Institutes?

Will Gotabaya Revisit Sri Lanka’s Hambantota ‘Debt Trap’ With China?
November 19, 2019

Will Gotabaya Revisit Sri Lanka’s Hambantota ‘Debt Trap’ With China?

By Ankit Panda
The new president’s election manifesto pledged to “revisit” the 99 year lease transfer of Hambantota port.
Will India’s Hindu Nationalists Play the ‘Tibet Card’ Against China?
October 01, 2019

Will India’s Hindu Nationalists Play the ‘Tibet Card’ Against China?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Or will the Tibet card remain buried in the deck?

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