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To China, Spades Are Trumps
January 09, 2021

To China, Spades Are Trumps

By Harry Harding
China has inherited the confidence of Khrushchev’s famous declaration to the West: “We will bury you.”

6 Suggestions for Biden’s China Policy
January 05, 2021

6 Suggestions for Biden’s China Policy

By Andy Zelleke
Biden will have to lead and negotiate with urgency in three interdependent contexts: at home, with partner governments, and with Beijing.
To Face Down China, Should the United States Turn Away From the Middle East?
December 29, 2020

To Face Down China, Should the United States Turn Away From the Middle East?

By Robert Farley
It’s not that simple. Any effort to characterize China as an existential threat implies a level of conflict that will provide justification for U.S. intervention anywhere in the world. 

Wargames: Losing Is Learning, Learning Is Winning
December 16, 2020

Wargames: Losing Is Learning, Learning Is Winning

By Jeffrey T. Vanak
It is imperative the U.S. military learns from wargame losses.

How Latin America Can Make the Most of the US-China Competition
December 16, 2020

How Latin America Can Make the Most of the US-China Competition

By Paola Zuleta
As a theater for great power confrontation, Latin American states can leverage influence and shape relations with both powers.

Southeast Asia and the Coming Biden Presidency
November 20, 2020

Southeast Asia and the Coming Biden Presidency

By Ankit Panda
Will a Biden administration renew attention on Southeast Asia?

The US State Department China Policy Paper: Hits and Misses
November 20, 2020

The US State Department China Policy Paper: Hits and Misses

By Andy Zelleke
The document is short on prescriptions, but provides a more nuanced diagnosis of the problem than usually found in Trump administration statements.
How Should President-Elect Joe Biden Address the US-China Competition?
November 17, 2020

How Should President-Elect Joe Biden Address the US-China Competition?

By Dingding Chen
The rivalry is here to stay, but there are 3 things the Biden administration can do to stabilize the critical relationship.

Trump Bans US Investment in Chinese Military-Linked Firms
November 14, 2020

Trump Bans US Investment in Chinese Military-Linked Firms

By Associated Press
It is Trump’s first major action toward China since he lost his reelection bid to challenger Joe Biden.

What Should China’s Biden Policy Look Like?
November 13, 2020

What Should China’s Biden Policy Look Like?

By Brian Wong
China should seize upon Biden’s victory to renew its approach to the United States.

Regardless of the US Election Result, China Sees Itself as the Ultimate Winner
November 03, 2020

Regardless of the US Election Result, China Sees Itself as the Ultimate Winner

By Shannon Tiezzi
China’s leaders have bought into a narrative of historical inevitably: China is destined to rise, and the United States to fall.
What Is the End Game of US-China Competition?
November 03, 2020

What Is the End Game of US-China Competition?

By Andy Zelleke
Could the two sides agree on a modus vivendi? If so, what would it look like?

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