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August 23, 2019

One Year Into the US-China Trade War, Trump Is Still Far from Winning

By Dingding Chen and Tiffany Chen
The United States is a long way from victory in the trade war.

July 19, 2019

Why Hasn't the ASEAN Economic Community Benefited From the US-China Trade War?

By Shah Suraj Bharat
The AEC has missed a golden opportunity to accelerate its stated ambitions.
June 29, 2019

Getting the World to Comply With the US Huawei Ban Won’t Be Easy

By Robert Farley
The question of enforcement is critical.

June 03, 2019

US-India Ties Under Modi 2.0: The Good, Bad, and Ugly

By Aman Thakker
The relationship between the United States and India will broadly remain strong, but challenges remain.

May 29, 2019

Change and Continuity in Intellectual Property Enforcement: The Case of Huawei

By Robert Farley
The United States is weaponizing interdependence, with important consequences.

May 26, 2019

Understanding China’s Vision of Victory

By Ankit Panda
Jonathan Ward describes the conditions that China’s leaders seek to create in the Asia-Pacific by 2049.
May 17, 2019

Huawei in the Trump Administration’s Crosshairs as US-China Economic Warfare Escalates

By Ankit Panda
Huawei is in trouble.

April 12, 2019

The US-China Trade War: The Case of Kentucky Bourbon

By Robert Farley
The bourbon wars hold important lessons for how Americans think about trade policy.

April 10, 2019

American Bourbon Isn’t Safe From Trump’s Trade War With China

By Robert Farley
The market for American whiskey in China is worth nearly $9 million.

March 06, 2019

The US GSP Decision: Risks to US-India Relations and Upsides for China

By Aman Thakker
Trade tensions between the United States and India have risen to a new level.

January 22, 2019

The Top 5 Risks for US-China Relations in 2019

By Chen Dingding and Hu Junyang
2019 presents a range of challenge for the world’s most important bilateral relationship.
January 09, 2019

How China Might Repel the US Intellectual Property Trade Offensive

By Robert Farley
Intellectual property violations may be, in some sense, the WMD of the U.S.-China trade war

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