China-US Tensions a Moment of Reckoning for the Indo-Pacific Order
By Monish Tourangbam and Radhey Tambi
What do hard times in China-US relations portend for other stakeholders in a “free, open, inclusive and rules based” Indo-Pacific, such as India?
Ahead of G-20 Ministers’ Meeting, China Slams US, NATO
By Associated Press
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian's comments underscore the increasingly fractious relationship between Beijing and Washington.
Shadow Risk: How Gray Zone Campaigns Can Escalate
By Carolina G. Ramos and Benjamin Jensen
At what point does the pressure generated and sustained by gray zone campaigns escalate?
Survey: Americans Increasingly See China as a Threat
By David Rising and Ken Moritsugu
Currently, 62 percent of Americans see China as a competitor and 25 percent as an enemy.
How to Strengthen South Korea-US Cooperation on Combatting Cyber-enabled Financial Crime
By Jason Bartlett
The U.S. and South Korea each possess unique strengths in combatting cyber-enabled financial crime, but their true joint potential is largely untapped.
Has Russia Wrecked American ‘G-2’ Plans?
By Shrey Khanna and Aditya Pareek
In the mindscape of the U.S. strategic community, China now enjoys the position which the Soviet Union had during the Cold War. Moscow is keen to disrupt that emerging bipolar order.
US, China, Russia Join Asia Summit Amid Regional Disputes
By Eileen Ng and Niniek Karmini
There is no shortage of challenges in Asia these days, from the pandemic, to Myanmar to increasing U.S.-China tensions.
To Compete With Beijing, the Quad Must Remain Pro-Asia, Not Anti-China
By Zachary Durkee
Countries across Southeast Asia do not wish to be pushed into choosing sides when their economic futures depend on maintaining positive ties with China and the United States.
The Quad Conducts Malabar Naval Exercise
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Australia is back for the second year in a row, underscoring the Quad’s deepening commitment to cooperation in the Indo-Pacific.
The Case for a New North Korean Nuclear Deal
By Iordanka Alexandrova
Mutual distrust has doomed past efforts to settle a deal between the U.S. and North Korea.
The Difficulty of Sino-American Economic Disentanglement
By Robert Farley
Disentanglement may hurt China more than the United States, but that doesn’t mean the U.S. would benefit.
Will US Concerns Over India’s Democracy Dampen the Mood During Blinken’s Visit?
By Sudha Ramachandran
Cooperation in Afghanistan, the Indo-Pacific and countering COVID-19 are on the agenda of the bilateral talks.