What Do China’s Neighbors Think of De-risking?
Christina Lai, Kazuto Suzuki, and Wonho Yeon discuss the de-risking calculus for Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.
What ‘De-risking’ Means for China
By Denny Roy
Beijing seems unable or unwilling to grasp the very different lineages of “containment” and de-risking.
The Political Hazards of Economic Decoupling From China
By Max Abbott
Southeast Asian nations are promising candidates for firms seeking to relocate manufacturing operations from China, but investors need to be prepared for the risks.
A Reality Check on China-US Decoupling
By Tamás Mészáros
Decoupling rhetoric masks the fact that the United States and China play very different economic roles in East Asia and possess very different sources of economic power.
Gauging the Impact of the China-US Trade War
By Ka Zeng
Did the tit-for-tat tariffs move China and the U.S. toward economic decoupling?
Rebalancing vs Decoupling: China-US Economic Ties and the Global Economy
By Ronald U. Mendoza
The hyper-competitive international production chains that have long characterized Asia's economies now face a significant political recalibration.
Will the BRI Survive Economic Decoupling?
By Federico Jensen
Ironically, many projects within the BRI are the precondition for a successful decoupling from China.
How Does the Russia-Ukraine War Affect Asia’s Political Economy?
By Kavoossi Masoud and Dingding Chen
Multinational companies must find new solutions in an era of accelerating deglobalization.
With Yoon’s Election, It’s Time for China to Rethink Its Korea Policy
By Brian Wong and Wang Yingliang
The victory of the more hawkish, China-skeptical candidate means China must rethink its approach to the Korean Peninsula.
Australia-China Relations: The Great Debate
By Jane Golley
All sides can agree that the relationship is at a historic low. But the causes – and possible solutions – are far more contentious.
The Real Strategic End Game in Decoupling From China
By Valbona Zeneli and Joseph Vann
Going all-in on the transatlantic economy is the only serious option for Western democracies seeking to counter China.
As Global Value Chains Shift, Will China Lose Its Dominance?
By Priyanka Pandit
China’s position as a crucial link is likely to remain unaltered even under new patterns of production.