Chandran Nair on White Privilege in International Relations
By Shannon Tiezzi
“The West harbors an anachronistic sense of superiority over others and retains privileges from its colonial exploits and setting up the 'international rules-based system.'”
4 Predictions for Defense, Strategy, and Technology in 2021
By Jacob Parakilas
From armed robots and cyberattacks to grand strategic questions, four things to watch in the new year.
Parliamentarians From Around the World Unite to Discuss the China Challenge
By Benedict Rogers
The new Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China provides a forum for legislators to grapple collectively with the questions posed by China’s rise.
How China Is Expanding Beyond Western Institutions
By Eva Seiwert
Even as the coronavirus unsettles the world, China’s bid to reshape international relations beyond Western formats is quietly gathering steam.
‘Stealth War’: How the US Can Counter China’s Takeover Attempts
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Robert Spalding.
Realities Clash With Idealism in Today’s Asia
By Walter Lohman
The reality of what China’s rise means to different regional stakeholders must inform American policy.
The 2019 Shangri-La Dialogue: Reflections on Great Power Rivalry and the Indo-Pacific
By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The Indo-Pacific, China-U.S. rivalry, the South Pacific, the South China Sea, and more loomed large this year.
Is America Seeking to End the Current International System?
By Jin Kai
China is often criticized as revisionist, but the United States under Trump seems more dissatisfied with the international order.
Tragedy and World Order: What Lessons for US Asia Policy?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
A new book situates the U.S. relationship with the international order in historical perspective.
The EU’s New China Resolution: Principled But Not Strategic
By Tim Rühlig
The new China resolution of the European Parliament differs considerably from the 2015 version.
What the G7 Fiasco Means for Japan
By Mina Pollmann
Japan's goals -- maintaining the U.S.-Japan alliance and upholding the liberal international order -- have never been more at odds.
How Can the US Manage a Rising China?
By Robert Farley
The United States needs to rethink how it approaches international order.