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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?

US-China Rivalry: Who Will Prevail?
November 03, 2020

US-China Rivalry: Who Will Prevail?

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Ambassador Alfredo Toro Hardy.

To Compete With China, the US Needs to Drop ‘America First’
November 02, 2020

To Compete With China, the US Needs to Drop ‘America First’

By Troy Stangarone
If the United States is to engage in a long-term great power competition with China, it will need to decouple from the Trump administration’s “America First” agenda.

Under Trump, the US Strategy for Countering China Is Mimicking China
October 28, 2020

Under Trump, the US Strategy for Countering China Is Mimicking China

By Andreea Brînză
The US has begun to copy questionable Chinese behaviors, from aggressive diplomatic criticism to forcing sell-offs and joint ventures.
Yes, Virginia, the Trump Administration Does Have a China Strategy
October 24, 2020

Yes, Virginia, the Trump Administration Does Have a China Strategy

By Cleo Paskal
The administration is pursuing a whole-of-government approach to counter China's concept of Comprehensive National Power.

In Korean War Commemoration, Xi Warns That China Will ‘Use War to Prevent War’
October 24, 2020

In Korean War Commemoration, Xi Warns That China Will ‘Use War to Prevent War’

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xi Jinping extolled China's victory in the War to Resist American Aggression -- and sent a very clear warning to the U.S.
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.

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