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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.

US Firms Cannot Ignore the Growing Risks of a Possible China-US Military Conflict
July 02, 2021

US Firms Cannot Ignore the Growing Risks of a Possible China-US Military Conflict

By Sara Hsu
U.S. businesses need to consider the impact of a physical conflict on their Chinese production and distribution bases.
How Chinese Unmanned Platforms Could Degrade Taiwan’s Air Defense and Disable a US Navy Carrier
June 08, 2021

How Chinese Unmanned Platforms Could Degrade Taiwan’s Air Defense and Disable a US Navy Carrier

By Franz-Stefan Gady
A fictional war scenario showcases how emerging technological capabilities could be used in a future Sino-U.S. military confrontation over Taiwan.

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.

Emerging Military Technologies and a Future Taiwan Strait Conflict
May 28, 2021

Emerging Military Technologies and a Future Taiwan Strait Conflict

By Ankit Panda
How will changes in military technology bear on a potential near-future U.S.-China conflict?

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.

Will American and Chinese Societies Support a New Type of Cold War?
June 18, 2020

Will American and Chinese Societies Support a New Type of Cold War?

By Matt Ferchen and Hanns W. Maull
Leaders on both sides are taking a more confrontational line, but are the people willing to go along?
For the US and China, Thucydides’ Trap Is Closing
June 11, 2020

For the US and China, Thucydides’ Trap Is Closing

By Kevin Brown
Intertwined domestic crises are adding pressure for Donald Trump and Xi Jinping to seek out confrontation.

Are China’s South China Sea Artificial Islands Militarily Significant and Useful?
January 15, 2020

Are China’s South China Sea Artificial Islands Militarily Significant and Useful?

By Ankit Panda
China's artificial islands are a symbol of its revisionism in the South China Sea, but they're also militarily significant.

The United States Tests a New GLCM: What Next?
August 29, 2019

The United States Tests a New GLCM: What Next?

By Robert Farley
The test of a hobbled-together ground-launched cruise missile marks a new era.

The PLARF’s New Hainan Island Base and China’s Recent Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile Tests
July 03, 2019

The PLARF’s New Hainan Island Base and China’s Recent Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile Tests

By Ankit Panda
The first-known Chinese tests of an anti-ship ballistic missile into the South China Sea may have inaugurated a new PLARF base.
Why Canada Will Bear the Brunt of the American War on Huawei
December 28, 2018

Why Canada Will Bear the Brunt of the American War on Huawei

By Uday Khanapurkar
The Canadian arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou came at the request of the U.S., but Canada is likely to be the biggest loser.

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