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U.S.-China Competition

TikTok in the Age of Decoupling

TikTok in the Age of Decoupling

By Nico Han
While the ban seems inevitable amid deepening distrust, removal of TikTok from the U.S. market will not solve the disinformation problem.

AI Chips for China Face Additional US Restrictions

AI Chips for China Face Additional US Restrictions

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
China has criticized the latest round of new rules by saying that it will “disrupt the international semiconductor market as well as cooperation among enterprises.” 
Joe Biden and Xi Jinping’s Unstable Rapprochement

Joe Biden and Xi Jinping’s Unstable Rapprochement

By Nathaniel Sher
No single flashpoint is undermining the U.S.-China relationship. Rather, relations suffer from a host of negative trends that are only worsening. 

Xi Jinping’s Balancing Acts: Short-Term Gain, Long-Term Pain? 

Xi Jinping’s Balancing Acts: Short-Term Gain, Long-Term Pain? 

By Michael Clarke
From the economy to diplomacy and internal politics, Xi appears to have simply kicked policy problems down the road.

The ‘Lost Decade’ of the US Pivot to Asia 

The ‘Lost Decade’ of the US Pivot to Asia 

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Richard Fontaine.

The Fall of Hong Kong: How China-US Rivalry Ended a Geopolitical Neutral Zone

The Fall of Hong Kong: How China-US Rivalry Ended a Geopolitical Neutral Zone

By Brian C.H. Fong
For decades, Hong Kong’s geopolitical neutrality was the very foundation of its freedom, autonomy, and prosperity. That’s no longer possible.

What’s in the US Intelligence Community’s 2024 Annual Threat Assessment?

What’s in the US Intelligence Community’s 2024 Annual Threat Assessment?

By Catherine Putz
China, Russia, and the usual suspects feature heavily in a tangled web of threats perceived by the U.S. intelligence community that range across the globe.
Competition With China Is Inevitable. US Alliance Policy Could Determine Just How Bad It Gets.

Competition With China Is Inevitable. US Alliance Policy Could Determine Just How Bad It Gets.

By Joshua Byun
The two sides will find it increasingly difficult to avoid intense security competition over the coming decades, but there are still meaningful choices to make.

Malaysia’s Anwar Warns US That Constraining China Will ‘Accentuate’ Its Grievances

Malaysia’s Anwar Warns US That Constraining China Will ‘Accentuate’ Its Grievances

By Sebastian Strangio
The Malaysian leader said that U.S. leaders need to do more to see the world and the region from China's perspective.

The China Race: Global Competition for Alternative World Orders

The China Race: Global Competition for Alternative World Orders

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Fei-Ling Wang.

Winning the China-US Narrative Competition in Southeast Asia

Winning the China-US Narrative Competition in Southeast Asia

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Washington needs to invest more in telling its story to win the regional battle for hearts and minds.
Navigating the Political Economy of Cold War 2.0

Navigating the Political Economy of Cold War 2.0

By Ronald U. Mendoza
Lessons from the first cold war could help states in the second. So could recognizing what's changed.

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