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Can the West Shake Its Dependence on China’s Rare Earths?
September 17, 2022

Can the West Shake Its Dependence on China’s Rare Earths?

By Barbara Kelemen and Alexander Stonor
Reliance on China’s rare earth elements sector limits the ability of the United States to punish Beijing economically should it pursue a military action against Taiwan.

How Does the Russia-Ukraine War Affect Asia’s Political Economy? 
April 18, 2022

How Does the Russia-Ukraine War Affect Asia’s Political Economy? 

By Kavoossi Masoud and Dingding Chen
Multinational companies must find new solutions in an era of accelerating deglobalization.
Will South Korea Join the US Effort to Insulate Supply Chains From China?
January 19, 2022

Will South Korea Join the US Effort to Insulate Supply Chains From China?

By Jin Kai
Pressure from Washington to align with the U.S. decoupling effort is growing, but it's a tall order for South Korea.

Under Pressure From China’s Authorities, Didi Is Delisting From the New York Stock Exchange
December 07, 2021

Under Pressure From China’s Authorities, Didi Is Delisting From the New York Stock Exchange

By Nicola Daniel
Since its IPO on the NYSE, Didi has been the target of investigations and penalties from China’s Cyberspace Administration.

China’s Space Program Suggests Decoupling Won’t Work Like the US Hopes
December 16, 2020

China’s Space Program Suggests Decoupling Won’t Work Like the US Hopes

By Brantly Womack
The U.S. has long frozen China out of space cooperation. That hasn’t stopped China from making substantial progress.

The Real Strategic End Game in Decoupling From China
September 18, 2020

The Real Strategic End Game in Decoupling From China

By Valbona Zeneli and Joseph Vann
Going all-in on the transatlantic economy is the only serious option for Western democracies seeking to counter China.

From the Deal to Decoupling: Trump’s Evolution on China
September 17, 2020

From the Deal to Decoupling: Trump’s Evolution on China

By Bonnie Girard
How far can the administration push without completely upending the foundations of the U.S.-China relationship? We might be about to find out.
US Investment in Southeast Asia and Decoupling From China
August 21, 2020

US Investment in Southeast Asia and Decoupling From China

By Jack Liu, Judy Ly, Miranda Sieg, and Ilan Simanin
No single policy is going to completely eliminate the commercial and security risks inherent in a China-dominated supply chain.

China’s Foreign Minister Strikes Conciliatory Tone to Bring US Ties Back From the Brink
July 11, 2020

China’s Foreign Minister Strikes Conciliatory Tone to Bring US Ties Back From the Brink

By Eleanor Albert
In speech on Thursday, Wang Yi tried for a reset in U.S.-China relations amid worsening tensions.

After COVID-19: Rebooting Business in China
July 07, 2020

After COVID-19: Rebooting Business in China

By Jennifer Choo, Jean Oi, Christopher Thomas, and Xue (Xander) Wu
What a survey of Chinese business leaders tells us about China’s post-COVID economy – and the future of U.S.-China economic relations.

The US, China, and the Perils of Post-COVID Decoupling
May 08, 2020

The US, China, and the Perils of Post-COVID Decoupling

By Yan Liang
Resorting to economic nationalism is the wrong lesson to take from the pandemic.
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