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Trump Administration Targets ByteDance and Tencent
August 07, 2020

Trump Administration Targets ByteDance and Tencent

By Shea Cotton
In new executive orders, the Trump administration has taken aim at Chinese companies ByteDance and Tencent -- but the details are yet to be fully outlined.
Australia Consolidates Hardened US Position on the South China Sea
July 27, 2020

Australia Consolidates Hardened US Position on the South China Sea

By Grant Wyeth
Australia is supporting its ally, but it still has serious reservations about the Trump administration's chaotic approach to China.

How COVID-19 Will Reshape Indo-Pacific Security
July 24, 2020

How COVID-19 Will Reshape Indo-Pacific Security

By Jiyoon Kim, Jihoon Yu, and Erik French
COVID-19 will likely have a range of significant effects on Indo-Pacific security and geopolitics in both the short and long-term. 

US Accuses Chinese Hackers of Stealing COVID Vaccine Research
July 22, 2020

US Accuses Chinese Hackers of Stealing COVID Vaccine Research

By Robert Farley
The wisdom and morality of serious intellectual property enforcement during a pandemic are uncertain.

Securing Japan from Chinese ‘Predatory Economics’
July 17, 2020

Securing Japan from Chinese ‘Predatory Economics’

By Titli Basu
Managing risks and fortifying national security is critical while doing business with China. 
Pompeo Downplays Possibility of Summit With North Korea
July 17, 2020

Pompeo Downplays Possibility of Summit With North Korea

By Associated Press
North Korea has said it will no longer agree to summits that are seen as disproportionately benefiting the U.S. president.

Team Biden’s Policies on China and Taiwan
July 16, 2020

Team Biden’s Policies on China and Taiwan

By Yang Kuang-shun
To understand a possible President Biden's China approach, we need to look at the views of his likely advisers.
Will India Invite Australia to the Malabar Naval Exercise?
July 15, 2020

Will India Invite Australia to the Malabar Naval Exercise?

By Grant Wyeth
After years of wariness, concerns about provoking Beijing just don’t hold the same weight in New Delhi as they once did.

Indonesia Seeks to Win US and Japanese Investment Fleeing China
July 11, 2020

Indonesia Seeks to Win US and Japanese Investment Fleeing China

By Bob Savic
Jakarta scrambles to capture U.S. and Japanese corporate relocations out of China as geopolitical and coronavirus pandemic concerns intensify 

Where the US-China Trade War Should Go From Here
July 06, 2020

Where the US-China Trade War Should Go From Here

By Mayaz Alam
More tariffs cannot be the answer amid the pandemic.

Who Is Winning the US-China Power Battle?
June 24, 2020

Who Is Winning the US-China Power Battle?

By Monish Tourangbam and Anand. V
A global pandemic has, in a matter of months, changed the discourse on global order and U.S.-China great power competition.
It’s Time to Stop the Chinese Communist Party’s Shadow Campaign for Power at the United Nations
June 11, 2020

It’s Time to Stop the Chinese Communist Party’s Shadow Campaign for Power at the United Nations

By Michael McCaul
The CCP poses a significant long-term national security and economic threat to the U.S. and our allies.

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