The Growing China-North Korea-Russia Axis and South Korea’s Response
By Abhishek Sharma
The realignment currently taking place between China, North Korea, and Russia will have serious implications globally, but especially for South Korea.
Are China’s Healthcare and Biopharma Sectors Really Open for Investment?
By Patrick Beyrer
To attract foreign investment, the Chinese healthcare and biopharma sectors are more open for business than ever – or at least they claim to be. But challenges exist beneath the surface.
The Green Great Game Is This Century’s Space Race
By Chietigj Bajpaee
The rivalry for access to raw materials to facilitate the energy transition will turn the “Green Great Game” into one of the defining geopolitical features of the 21st century.
China Is Not a Revisionist Power in the Gulf
By Leon Sinfield
Shared interests with the United States prevent Beijing from challenging the status quo in the region.
Mongolia’s Rare Earths Diplomacy and Its Geopolitical Implications
By Marina Yue Zhang
The Mongolian prime minister’s visit to Washington to discuss potential rare earth collaborations can be seen as bolstering the United States’ position.
Navigating China-US Subsea Cable Competition
By Nathaniel Schochet and Earl Carr
China’s expanded access to and potential manipulation of underwater sea cables necessitate greater attention and joint strategy.
Why Beijing Isn’t Interested in Setting Guardrails for China-US Competition
By Jinghao Zhou
It is essential for the U.S. to understand the logic behind China's refusal to establish guardrails in order to reset its competition strategy.
Finding a Goldilocks Moment for India in the U.S.-China Subsea Cables Race
By Radhey Tambi and Aishwarya Acharya
India’s capacity to produce fiber cables, paired with U.S. capability to lay them on the seabed, presents a prime opportunity for New Delhi.
China or the US: Pakistan’s Choice
By Furqan Khan
A strategic courtship with China is necessary, but Pakistan also needs the U.S. to address its economic and security challenges.
An Open Letter to Joe Biden From a Southeast Asian
By Edmund Lim
Contrary to the ongoing strategic tensions, most people in the region welcome good relations with and between the United States and China.
Remaking US Naval Power for the 21st Century
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Brent Droste Sadler.
Ali Wyne on China-US Relations After the Blinken Visit
By Shannon Tiezzi
“While diplomatic respites may interrupt the deterioration of U.S.-China relations, they do not alter that trajectory.”