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China – A Reluctant Global Power
November 16, 2017

China – A Reluctant Global Power

By Amitai Etzioni
Trump has created a global power vacuum. Is Beijing ready to fill it?

A Chinese Perspective on the US Presidential Election
August 26, 2016

A Chinese Perspective on the US Presidential Election

By Xie Tao
The rise of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders signal a seachange in American identity.
Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy: Implications for Asia
April 29, 2016

Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy: Implications for Asia

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Donald Trump delivers a long-awaited articulation of his foreign policy views.

Why Obama Got the Fundamentals of American Foreign Policy Right
March 12, 2016

Why Obama Got the Fundamentals of American Foreign Policy Right

By Ankit Panda
There is one overriding task that has guided the exercise of American power abroad since 1945.

Did Obama's 'Red Line' Fib Matter in the End?
March 12, 2016

Did Obama's 'Red Line' Fib Matter in the End?

By Robert Farley
The importance of credibility in international affairs is often overestimated.

Interview: Joseph Nye
October 30, 2015

Interview: Joseph Nye

By Emanuel Pastreich
“The U.S. and China are deeply entangled, and that state is largely a good thing.”

America’s Society Is Wealthier Than China’s – And It Doesn’t Matter
October 27, 2015

America’s Society Is Wealthier Than China’s – And It Doesn’t Matter

By Christopher A. McNally and Denny Roy
The large gap in private wealth has limited significance.
How Russia, China, and IS Have Made the US Popular Again
June 29, 2015

How Russia, China, and IS Have Made the US Popular Again

By Rob Spalding and Adam Lowther
Allies and partners are looking to the United States in ways not seen since the Cold War.

How Far Can American Exceptionalism Go?
June 22, 2014

How Far Can American Exceptionalism Go?

By Chen Jimin
U.S. hegemony appears to be in relative decline. How will it continue to lead on the global stage?

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