How to Respond to Gray Zone Aggression in the Indo-Pacific
By Ross Brown
The U.S. and its allies and partners must rethink countermeasures if they want to compete in the gray zone.
CFIUS Ramps up Oversight of China Deals in the US
By Blair Wang
CFIUS’ annual report signals upgraded scrutiny of non-notified transactions, especially deals involving Chinese investors.
Would the US Really Lose a War With China and Russia?
By Franz-Stefan Gady
A new study offers little evidence for its bold generalizations that the U.S. is losing its ability to win a state-vs-state war.
Gingrich and National Security
Newt Gingrich’s deputy director for national security gives his take on the U.S. presidential race.