Biden Avoids Trade Deals While Promising a Better Economic Relationship With Asia
By Josh Boak
With IPEF, the U.S. administration is hoping to sidestep domestic politics while addressing issues such as supply chains and climate change.
Biden’s Goal for Xi Meeting: Get China-US Communications Back to Normal
By Aamer Madhani and Colleen Long
“We’re not trying to decouple from China,” the U.S. president insisted, “but what we’re trying to do is change the relationship for the better.”
Indo-Pacific Bidenomics: The Emergence of a New Economic Order
By Erin Murphy
The upcoming APEC summit in San Francisco will be a visible culmination of the work that has gone into making economic engagement the leading edge of diplomacy.
Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity Reaches Supply Chain Agreement
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
That IPEF member countries have come so far since the group's establishment a year ago suggests that there is a near unanimous view about supply chain vulnerabilities.
The US Indo-Pacific Strategy’s Weakest Link
By Guy C. Charlton and Xiang Gao
U.S. involvement in the region needs a larger economic component – an area where U.S. policy used to be strong.
China Tensions Are Deepening South Korea-US Economic Coordination
By Hae Kyung Ahn
The recent Asian Leadership Conference emphasized the importance of South Korea-U.S. cooperation on supply chains, new technology, and economic resilience.
Will IPEF Help the US Counter China?
By Dingding Chen and Yingfan Chen
It is uncertain whether the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework can succeed in reshaping China’s economic influence in Asia.