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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?

What George Marshall Learned From His Time in China
May 03, 2019

What George Marshall Learned From His Time in China

By Robert Farley
Marshall couldn’t stop the Chinese Civil War, but what did he learn?
Is Democracy Still Relevant to the US-India Relationship?
January 10, 2019

Is Democracy Still Relevant to the US-India Relationship?

By Raymond E. Vickery, Jr.
The United States and India should reaffirm democracy as a driving consideration in the conduct of their foreign relations and choice of strategic partners.

The Strategic Consequences of a US-China Rift on Intellectual Property
January 08, 2019

The Strategic Consequences of a US-China Rift on Intellectual Property

By Robert Farley
Does it even matter if China updates its intellectual property regime?

The Unpredictable, Conflicting Structure of the New Cold War
December 29, 2018

The Unpredictable, Conflicting Structure of the New Cold War

By Mie Oba
The U.S. and China may be starting a new Cold War, but it will be quite different from the last one.

Why the US and China Can’t Get to Yes (Even When They Could)
November 20, 2018

Why the US and China Can’t Get to Yes (Even When They Could)

By Meicen Sun & Jacob Sotiriadis
A difference in diplomatic styles between the United States and China has mattered a great deal.

Rethinking the Early Years of the US-Japan Alliance and Soviet Competition
April 24, 2018

Rethinking the Early Years of the US-Japan Alliance and Soviet Competition

By Robert Farley
The early years of the U.S.-Japan alliance in the post-war era were rocky.
Will Vietnam’s Communist Party Ever Change Its Ways?
February 20, 2018

Will Vietnam’s Communist Party Ever Change Its Ways?

By David Hutt
Vietnam is an interesting case study in the question of whether communist parties can truly reform from within.

China Reprimands US Over 2018 National Defense Strategy
January 23, 2018

China Reprimands US Over 2018 National Defense Strategy

By Charlotte Gao
Both the Chinese foreign ministry and defense ministry criticized Washington's “Cold War” mentality.

The Enduring Relevance of America's Reckoning With the Qing Dynasty
January 19, 2018

The Enduring Relevance of America's Reckoning With the Qing Dynasty

By Robert Farley
To some extent, the United States is still captured by the romantic notion of a “mission” with China.

The Vietnam War Spy Who Didn’t Love Us
January 11, 2018

The Vietnam War Spy Who Didn’t Love Us

By Shane Worrell
A new book sheds light on journalist and spy Pham Xuan An.
Dr. Strangelove and the Insane Reality of Nuclear Command-and-Control
January 05, 2018

Dr. Strangelove and the Insane Reality of Nuclear Command-and-Control

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Stanley Kubrick’s iconic dark comedy continues to highlight the importance of nuclear command-and-control safety mechanisms.

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