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COVID-19 Complicates the US-China Cyber Threat Landscape
July 01, 2020

COVID-19 Complicates the US-China Cyber Threat Landscape

By Lee Clark
Will the fallout from the pandemic increase or decrease China's cyber aggression?

‘The War to Resist America’: How China Remembers the Korean War
June 25, 2020

‘The War to Resist America’: How China Remembers the Korean War

By Joe Renouard and Woyu Liu
It may be “the forgotten war” in the U.S., but the Korean War is far from forgotten in China.
The Uneven Effects of US Restrictive Immigration Policy for Chinese Nationals
June 23, 2020

The Uneven Effects of US Restrictive Immigration Policy for Chinese Nationals

By Robert Farley
The Trump administration’s immigration will have negative -- but uneven -- effects on both the United States and China.

With China Sanctions, America Pushes the Limits of Its Financial Power
June 19, 2020

With China Sanctions, America Pushes the Limits of Its Financial Power

By Andrew Rennemo
U.S. diplomacy has developed an unhealthy dependence on sanctions.

Why a US-China Détente Is Coming in 2021: The COVID-19 Factor and the Turn Inward
June 19, 2020

Why a US-China Détente Is Coming in 2021: The COVID-19 Factor and the Turn Inward

By Dingding Chen
COVID-19 will cause the United States -- and its prospective partners -- to look inwards.

A US-China Détente in 2021: A Word of Caution
June 18, 2020

A US-China Détente in 2021: A Word of Caution

By Maxime Chervaux
Trump’s China policy is about domestic politics, and it has shown some successes.

As US-China Competition Grows, Will Covert Regime Change Make a Return?
June 16, 2020

As US-China Competition Grows, Will Covert Regime Change Make a Return?

By Michael Poznansky and Mindy Haas
Many of the same incentives that pushed leaders into the covert sphere during the Cold War are present in the U.S.-China context.
Survey: China Gaining Influence Over US in Southeast Asia, With Likely Long-term Consequences
June 16, 2020

Survey: China Gaining Influence Over US in Southeast Asia, With Likely Long-term Consequences

By Ankit Panda
A new survey of strategic elites in Southeast Asia finds perceptions of growing Chinese might surging—with no strong consensus on whether Beijing is a benign or malignant force for the region.

Report: US Secretary of State to Meet China’s Top Diplomat in Hawaii
June 15, 2020

Report: US Secretary of State to Meet China’s Top Diplomat in Hawaii

By Ankit Panda
Will Mike Pompeo meet Yang Jiechi in Hawaii?

Why a US-China Détente Is Coming in 2021: The Biden Factor
June 15, 2020

Why a US-China Détente Is Coming in 2021: The Biden Factor

By Dingding Chen
Beyond Trump’s policies, the possibility of a Biden presidency looms large over the U.S.-China relationship.

After COVID-19, It’s Time for Washington to Embrace a Bolder Taiwan Strategy
June 13, 2020

After COVID-19, It’s Time for Washington to Embrace a Bolder Taiwan Strategy

By Craig Singleton
The time has come for a rethink of U.S. Taiwan policy.
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.

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