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How American Exceptionalism Gave Rise to the China Threat Theory

How American Exceptionalism Gave Rise to the China Threat Theory

By Gabby Green
China, a legitimate contender to the U.S.-led world order, fundamentally challenges the doctrine of American exceptionalism – the basic tenet of U.S. national identity.

Decoding the ‘Positive Signal’ in China-US Relations 

Decoding the ‘Positive Signal’ in China-US Relations 

By Sophie Wushuang Yi
Amid several simultaneous humanitarian crises, finding a China-U.S. modus vivendi could not be more urgent.
As the Quad Blossoms, Why Does BRICS Matter for India?

As the Quad Blossoms, Why Does BRICS Matter for India?

By Abhishek Sharma and Moksh Suri
BRICS’ development-focused diplomacy allows India to pursue a broader agenda than the Quad – and one more focused on the concerns of developing countries.

Will the ‘Chinese Path to Modernization’ Lead to Global Divergence?

Will the ‘Chinese Path to Modernization’ Lead to Global Divergence?

By Zeyu Xu and Dingding Chen
China's push to promote its own development model abroad has raised concerns. Are the divergent paths of the key global players as conflicting as they seem?

China’s Audacious Bid for Its Vision of a Multipolar World 

China’s Audacious Bid for Its Vision of a Multipolar World 

By Tianyi Wu
Beijing wants to charm Europe and the Global South away from the United States. What is – or is not – working, and what is Beijing’s next move?

The Advantages and Pitfalls of India’s Multidirectional Foreign Policy

The Advantages and Pitfalls of India’s Multidirectional Foreign Policy

By Monish Tourangbam
India’s rising capabilities and growing voice in global affairs are significant, but its ability to shape the contours of the international system in its image remains circumscribed.

As G20 President, Can India Advance Its Multipolar Worldview?

As G20 President, Can India Advance Its Multipolar Worldview?

By Jagannath Panda
India will use its chairmanship to address the need for better Global South representation in multilateral bodies and enhanced roles for middle powers.
The 3 Known Unknowns of Xi Jinping’s China

The 3 Known Unknowns of Xi Jinping’s China

By Kerry Brown
There are plenty of things we know about China under Xi Jinping -- what do we know we don't know?

China, Russia, and the Long ‘Unipolar Moment’ Revisited

China, Russia, and the Long ‘Unipolar Moment’ Revisited

By Nathan A. Sears
A year later, does the argument of reinforced U.S. hegemony hold up?

China and India’s Shared Pathway to Great Power

China and India’s Shared Pathway to Great Power

By Chris Ogden
The two rising Asian powers have points of contention, but they also have much in common.

China, Russia, and the Long ‘Unipolar Moment'

China, Russia, and the Long ‘Unipolar Moment'

By Nathan A. Sears
How balancing failures are actually extending U.S. hegemony.
Building 'A Bridge Between China and Europe'

Building 'A Bridge Between China and Europe'

By Jin Kai
While the U.S. revitalizes East Asian alliances, China looks for new partners in Europe.

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