Questioning the Presumption of a US-China Power Transition
By Ali Wyne
Analysts should consider another possibility: uneasy, fluid coexistence between the United States and China.
Deconstructing the US Trade War Against China
By Jin Kai
The Trump administration is employing a “gray zone” strategy to prevent China from emerging as a threat to U.S. dominance.
The US-China Power Transition: Stage II
By David Lai
China's assertiveness -- and U.S. hedging -- is a natural part of a power transition. It's also dangerous.
Finding Allies for China
By Asyura Salleh
China needs to build more alliances to challenge the U.S. in the Asia-Pacific.
China Wants to Rise Peacefully, But So What?
China prefers “victory without bloodshed” but what about when that is not possible?
Why China and the US (Probably) Won’t Go to War
Geography and nuclear weapons make it virtually unthinkable that Beijing and Washington will clash.