The Ukraine War Is About Who Will Control the Future World Order
By Alexandra Vacroux
The war in Ukraine has put the U.S. and China on opposite sides of the conflict. The larger issue here, however, is about who will control the world order of the future.
TikTok and Beyond: How China’s Ascendancy in Digital Technology Challenges the Global Order
By Marina Yue Zhang
This isn’t just a feud between two great powers; it’s a competition for a new world order in cyberspace.
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?
Tragedy and World Order: What Lessons for US Asia Policy?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
A new book situates the U.S. relationship with the international order in historical perspective.
The Return of Biopolarity in World Politics
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Øystein Tunsjø.
Dealing with an Ambiguous World Order, from China to the United States
By Aryeh Tepper
How to think about a world order in flux.
The Rise of China: Version 2.0
By Jin Kai
What does China's “new era” mean for the world?
China's Vision for the World: A Community of Shared Future
By Fu Ying
China's vision is based on three pillars: cooperative security, common development, and political inclusiveness.
China: The Accidental World Leader?
By Amitai Etzioni
If the U.S. under Trump leaves a vacuum, will China be the one to fill it?
Life In Aerocity: Finding India’s Place in the New Strategic Context
By Roncevert Ganan Almond
“India will be a leading author in the next chapter of world politics.”
Does China Really Want to Lead the World Order?
By Kerry Brown
Despite the alarmist rhetoric we have seen, it is far from clear that this is the case.
The End of American World Order
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Amitav Acharya.