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Reality Check: China’s Digital Yuan Is Not a Threat to the West
July 26, 2021

Reality Check: China’s Digital Yuan Is Not a Threat to the West

By Sara Hsu
There are enough real issue between the U.S. and China. There is little need to invent tensions, such as with the Chinese digital currency.

Great Power Competition Doesn’t Have to Be Bad
July 13, 2021

Great Power Competition Doesn’t Have to Be Bad

By Fatih Oktay
China-U.S. competition could actually be a net good for the world – if the middle powers can steer it in the right direction.
The Promise and Peril of Technological Competition
June 12, 2021

The Promise and Peril of Technological Competition

By Jacob Parakilas
The Senate bill to increase U.S. technological competitiveness with China does not address the most important part of the competition to come.

With Focus on China, US Senate Passes Major Industrial Policy Bill 
June 12, 2021

With Focus on China, US Senate Passes Major Industrial Policy Bill 

By Robert Farley
If the bill ultimately passes both houses of Congress, it will represent a major shift in how the United States government manages its relations with the tech sector.

The Modern China-Russia-US Triangle
June 04, 2021

The Modern China-Russia-US Triangle

By Vu Le Thai Hoang and Huy Nguyen
Why we can’t expect a stable “two vs one” dynamic this time around.

China-US Rivalry: The Taiwan Factor
June 03, 2021

China-US Rivalry: The Taiwan Factor

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Russell Hsiao.

Reimagining the Future of China-US Competition
June 01, 2021

Reimagining the Future of China-US Competition

By Jacob Parakilas
How governments imagine the future – including the future of war – shapes their responses and planning in the present.
Can China-US Relations Improve During the Biden Administration?
May 04, 2021

Can China-US Relations Improve During the Biden Administration?

By Ge Jianhao and Dingding Chen
So far, there have been no major changes in Biden’s China policy, but there’s still hope for a stabilized relationship.

We’re Not in a Cold War With China, We’re in a Green War for Survival
April 30, 2021

We’re Not in a Cold War With China, We’re in a Green War for Survival

By Edward J. Markey
We cannot save the “pale blue dot, the only home we’ve ever known” without spurring China -- and ourselves -- to action.

What Does South Korea Think of the China-US COVID Blame Game?
April 16, 2021

What Does South Korea Think of the China-US COVID Blame Game?

By Arpit Raswant and Jiye Kim
South Korean discourses are notably critical of both the Chinese and U.S. positions amid the ongoing pandemic.

Even Climate Change Is a Fraught Area for US-China Cooperation
March 20, 2021

Even Climate Change Is a Fraught Area for US-China Cooperation

By Deborah Lehr
Climate change is deeply intertwined with the technology competition that now bedevils U.S.-China relations.
Vietnam, ASEAN, and the US-China Rivalry in the Indo-Pacific
March 13, 2021

Vietnam, ASEAN, and the US-China Rivalry in the Indo-Pacific

By Jongsoo Lee
An interview with Le Hong Hiep.

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