March 27, 2023
China in Iran-Saudi Arabia Relations: Impact on Israel
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Mordechai Chaziza.
March 08, 2023
Hard Security Back in Focus at the Quad Foreign Ministers Meet
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
It is relatively easy to establish coalitions to work on non-traditional security issues, but nurturing a group to focus on security issues as the core is not easy, especially for countries like India.
February 03, 2023
What’s Behind Proposed Changes to US Marine Deployments in Okinawa?
By Christopher Edward Carroll
Japan and the U.S. are actively taking note of changes in China’s naval and air capabilities in the region and making changes of their own.
January 21, 2023
As US, China Fight Over Bangladesh, India Is the Real Winner
By Anu Anwar
New Delhi is quietly playing Beijing and Washington against one another without draining its own resources in the geopolitical battle for Bangladesh.
December 14, 2022
Don’t Force Europe to Choose Between the United States and China
By Carisa Nietsche
Coercive diplomacy comes at a cost: It threatens to inject friction and erode trust in the transatlantic relationship.
November 15, 2022
Biden-Xi Summit Shows an Uneasy Peace Emerging Between China and the US
By Brian Wong
What factors are behind the reframing of the relationship, and will it last?
October 25, 2022
The Future of American Power in Uncertain Times
By Monish Tourangbam
The deployment of U.S. power is indeed passing through a phase when it can no longer ignore the tectonic forces of a changing balance of power in the world.
October 25, 2022
How American Firms Give the US an Edge Over China in Southeast Asia
By Phuong Pham
Beijing is an economic power in most of the region, but it can't compete with the long-established U.S. business presence.
September 24, 2022
India and the Kindleberger Trap: Multipolarity Amid the Taiwan Crisis
By Jagannath Panda
Amid the China-U.S. competition, how can India (and other middle powers) ensure the provision of global public goods?
September 23, 2022
Why the Obvious Geopolitics of the Taiwan Policy Act of 2022 Matter
By Johanna M. Costigan
The bill is more about opposition to China than support for Taiwan, and is part of the broader securitization of Washington's Taiwan policy.
August 16, 2022
Ali Wyne on US Foreign Policy in the Era of Great Power Competition
By Shannon Tiezzi
“Competition with China and Russia is a means, not an end,” Wyne reminds policymakers.
August 15, 2022
Why AI Is the New Frontier in China-US Competition
By James Borton
With China well-placed to take advantage of these potentially lucrative innovations, Washington must leverage AI in its infrastructural plans for the future.
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