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China Is Weaponizing the Belt and Road. What Can the US Do About It?
October 22, 2020

China Is Weaponizing the Belt and Road. What Can the US Do About It?

By Daniel Russel and Samuel Locklear
The BRI-driven trend toward a Chinese sphere of influence is neither inevitable nor irreversible.

Harry Harding on the US, China, and a ‘Cold War 2.0’
October 21, 2020

Harry Harding on the US, China, and a ‘Cold War 2.0’

By Shannon Tiezzi
“Calling it a second Cold War is misleading, but to deny that it’s a Cold War is also disingenuous.”
Why Trump’s Anti-China Policy Falls on Deaf Ears in Southeast Asia
October 15, 2020

Why Trump’s Anti-China Policy Falls on Deaf Ears in Southeast Asia

By Dino Patti Djalal
No Southeast Asian nation has been willing to support the Trump administration's hostile and ideological position on China.

Harry Harding on the Rapidly Changing US-China Relationship
October 15, 2020

Harry Harding on the Rapidly Changing US-China Relationship

By Shannon Tiezzi
What happened to U.S.-China relations? Professor Harding offers his thoughts on the past, present and future.

China and the Quad: From Sea Foam to Indo-Pacific NATO
October 15, 2020

China and the Quad: From Sea Foam to Indo-Pacific NATO

By Abhijnan Rej
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s recent remarks on the Quad are a substantial shift in tone.

It’s Time to Offer Washington Innovative Solutions for Dealing with China
September 29, 2020

It’s Time to Offer Washington Innovative Solutions for Dealing with China

By Bonnie Girard
As recent testimony to the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission demonstrates, there’s a need for specific, innovative policy suggestions regarding China. 

At UN, Xi Outlines China’s Vision for the World
September 23, 2020

At UN, Xi Outlines China’s Vision for the World

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xi's address followed (and implicitly responded to) a typical broadside from U.S. President Donald Trump.
America Is Betting Big on the Second Island Chain
September 05, 2020

America Is Betting Big on the Second Island Chain

By Derek Grossman
Defense Secretary Esper's recent visits to Palau and Guam highlight the importance of the Second Island Chain to U.S. interests -- and China's growing influence there.

How the US Can Win Back Southeast Asia
September 01, 2020

How the US Can Win Back Southeast Asia

By Charles Dunst
President Trump has done damage to America’s image, but the U.S. can still secure its abiding regional interests.

US Defense Secretary Esper Visits Tiny Palau, Highlighting US-China Competition
August 27, 2020

US Defense Secretary Esper Visits Tiny Palau, Highlighting US-China Competition

By Associated Press
The island nation is an example of the battleground on which the United States and China are pursuing a "great power" competition for global influence.

Ideology Is Hijacking the Trump Administration’s Asia Strategy
August 27, 2020

Ideology Is Hijacking the Trump Administration’s Asia Strategy

By Elina Noor, Hunter Marston, and Francisco Bencosme
The U.S. Asia strategy needs to go beyond drawing a stark line between autocracies and “freedom-loving countries.”
The US-South Korea Alliance and the China Factor
August 26, 2020

The US-South Korea Alliance and the China Factor

By Clint Work
In the current context of U.S.-China competition, Washington’s strategic preferences and Seoul’s search for greater autonomy are clashing.

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