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US Tariffs Against China: It’s National Security, Stupid 

US Tariffs Against China: It’s National Security, Stupid 

By Denny Roy
Maximizing economic efficiency, the goal of most critics of tariffs, will not deliver national security.

Southeast Asia’s Real Choices Lie Beyond the ‘Swing State’ Paradigm

Southeast Asia’s Real Choices Lie Beyond the ‘Swing State’ Paradigm

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The real choices facing the region lie in specific swing sectors, rather than the aggregate U.S.-China choices of a few designated swing states.
China and the Race for Nuclear Fusion

China and the Race for Nuclear Fusion

By Chris Qihan Zou
Nuclear fusion is the next frontier in both climate change and great power competition.

Will Iraq’s Prime Minister Sudani Visit China?

Will Iraq’s Prime Minister Sudani Visit China?

By Sardar Aziz
The Iraqi prime minister, Mohammed Shia al-Sudani, has been invited to Beijing, but it appears that the Iraqi side is reluctant. Why?

‘Cold War 2.0’: George Takach on the Evolving World Order

‘Cold War 2.0’: George Takach on the Evolving World Order

By Kenji Yoshida
“Innovations like artificial intelligence and semiconductor technology are expected to be pivotal battlegrounds in this New Cold War era.”

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

ASEAN Should Watch the China-US Cyber Competition More Closely

ASEAN Should Watch the China-US Cyber Competition More Closely

By Muhammad Faizal Abdul Rahman
ASEAN must promote cyber norms to prevent the region from becoming a theater for cyber conflict between the major powers.

China-US Great Power Rivalry a Boiling Hot Pot 

China-US Great Power Rivalry a Boiling Hot Pot 

By Monish Tourangbam
As election season in the United States approaches, the temperature of the China-U.S. broth is unstably high.
Reconcept­ualizing Asia’s Security Challenges

Reconcept­ualizing Asia’s Security Challenges

By Jean Dong
Conventional wisdom suggests that economic development driven by a hegemonic power leads to economic prosperity and peace. That may no longer be true.

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.

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