Survey: China Gaining Influence Over US in Southeast Asia, With Likely Long-term Consequences
By Ankit Panda
A new survey of strategic elites in Southeast Asia finds perceptions of growing Chinese might surging—with no strong consensus on whether Beijing is a benign or malignant force for the region.
US-China: A New Consensus for Strategic Competition in Washington
By Satoru Mori
There have been tensions in the past, but this time is different.
Mattis' Visit to China: Agree to Disagree?
By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S. secretary of defense brings a dose of “reality” to the U.S.-China military relationship.
The Mixed Consequences of Sino-Indian Competition in the Indian Ocean
By Jack Detsch
China and India’s rivalry threatens peace in the Indian Ocean basin. It’s also sparking a needed flood of development.