The G7 Wants to Copy China’s Homework. Beijing Is Fine With That.
By Wang Wen
With the component of realist international competition removed, the G-7 and China actually share many hopes and desires for global development.
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.
G7 Foreign Ministers Reject Chinese, North Korean, Russian Aggression
By Matthew Lee and Foster Klug
While the Russian invasion of Ukraine dominated the agenda, the role of Japan as chair of this year's talks provided an opportunity to discuss coordinated action on China.
How ‘Like-Mindedness’ Became the Key Attribute of the China Containment Strategy
By Andreas B. Forsby
The stronger identity dynamics become, the more likely they are to reduce all the specific strategic choices into a single decision: to side with the U.S. or China.
Japan Pushes for Stronger Cooperation to Counter China at G7
By Thisanka Siripala
Japan's prime minister stressed that Russia and China pose similar threats to the rules-based international order.
A Revived G7 Needs to Talk About China
By Sophie Eisentraut
Among G-7 societies, the war in Ukraine has not only altered risk perceptions of Russia but has also triggered a reassessment of the threat posed by China.
Biden in Europe: G-7, NATO, and China
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Giuseppe Gabusi.
B3W: Building an Alternative to the BRI or Falling Into the Same Trap?
By Francesca Ghiretti
The G-7's Build Back a Better World initiative must take special care to learn from the Belt and Road's mistakes -- including overpromising and underdelivering.
The EU’s Stake in the Taiwan Strait Issue
By Earl Wang
Recent statements reflect growing awareness of how a crisis in the strait would impact European interests.
What the G-7 Summit in Cornwall Means for Asia
By Duncan Bartlett
Besides seeing a stronger stance emerge on China, the summit had implications for the North Korea issue as well as Japan-South Korea relations.
Biden’s Multilateral Approach to China Is Paying Off
By Gray Sergeant
The G-7 summit was testament to how far U.S. allies have moved on the China issue.
The G-7 Must Talk About 3 Urgent Asia Issues
By Benedict Rogers
The crises in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, and Myanmar must be discussed – and all three involve a serious consideration of the China problem.