Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity Reaches Supply Chain Agreement
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
That IPEF member countries have come so far since the group's establishment a year ago suggests that there is a near unanimous view about supply chain vulnerabilities.
Promise and Perils for the Japan-South Korea-US Trilateral in 2023
By Hanna Foreman and Andrew Yeo
Aside from longstanding historical issues, the three countries will face challenges in sustaining coordination on North Korea and China policy.
Diversification Isn’t Enough to Cure Europe’s Economic Dependence on China
By Francesca Ghiretti and Hanns W. Maull
In wrestling with its economic vulnerability to China, the EU is betting on diversification to solve its problems. It’s not the panacea it is made out to be.
Can the West Shake Its Dependence on China’s Rare Earths?
By Barbara Kelemen and Alexander Stonor
Reliance on China’s rare earth elements sector limits the ability of the United States to punish Beijing economically should it pursue a military action against Taiwan.
The Chip 4 Alliance Might Work on Paper, But Problems Will Persist
By Arjun Gargeyas
Can an envisioned supply chain partnership between the U.S., Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan actually become a reality?
The Japan-US Alliance Embraces the Economic
By Simran Walia
The advent of the new Economic 2+2 shows how closely economic issues are intertwined with security concerns.
China Tensions Are Deepening South Korea-US Economic Coordination
By Hae Kyung Ahn
The recent Asian Leadership Conference emphasized the importance of South Korea-U.S. cooperation on supply chains, new technology, and economic resilience.
Biden’s Uphill Battle to Restructure the Global Semiconductor Sector
By Tian He and Anton Malkin
Is it possible – or advisable – to remake global value chains in order to boost U.S. national security?
Why Tech Cooperation Will Reshape South Korea-U.S. Relations
By Troy Stangarone
The alliance is slowly changing to incorporate technological changes and challenges, which are crucial for the future of both countries.
What to Expect From Japan’s ‘Economic Security’ Legislation
By Daisuke Akimoto
The Kishida administration has emphasized economic security, but what does it mean?
China’s Supply Chain Bottlenecks: Winners and Losers
By Sara Hsu
While manufacturers are losing out, logistics companies are making record profits.
Mapping China’s Place in the Global Semiconductor Industry
By John Lee and Jan-Peter Kleinhans
China’s national interests and supply chain security for the most “core” of technologies.