U.S.-China relations

“ENTERPRISE CHINA”

By on February 23, 2022
“ENTERPRISE CHINA”

by J. STEWART BLACK & ALLEN J. MORRISON

The size, scale, and level of coordination between Chinese companies and the Chinese State is not only unprecedented, but is something business leaders and policymakers can no longer ignore.

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Speaking with One Voice on China

By on February 23, 2022
Speaking with One Voice on China

by DARIN LAHOOD & RICK LARSEN

We must approach U.S. policy towards China in a bipartisan way, remaining focused on the country’s manipulation of global free markets, threats against its neighbors, and ongoing human rights abuses.

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America Cannot Turn a Blind Eye to the Plight of the Uyghurs

By on February 23, 2022
America Cannot Turn a Blind Eye to the Plight of the Uyghurs

by YOUNG KIM

We must wake up and realize that the Chinese Communist Party has fully committed to leveraging oppression, torture, and genocide to further its geopolitical ambitions and economic prospects

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How the U.S. Can Deter Chinese Aggression into the Next Decade

By on February 23, 2022
How the U.S. Can Deter Chinese Aggression into the Next Decade

by BARRY PAVEL & CHRISTIAN TROTTI

There is an ongoing revolution in military affairs, and if China is the first to redefine the way that great powers fight and deter wars, there could be perilous geopolitical implications.

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Preventing the Next Ukraine

By on February 23, 2022
Preventing the Next Ukraine

by MICHAEL A. HUNZEKER

The unfolding crisis in Ukraine should serve as a wake-up call that we are running out of time to deter aggression against an even more vulnerable partner: Taiwan.

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China’s Looming Challenges

By on February 23, 2022
China’s Looming Challenges

by CARL MINZNER

From hosting the Olympics to containing the pandemic, it might seem that China is on top of the world. But beneath the surface, the country faces serious problems.

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Seven Years into China’s Belt and Road

By on September 23, 2020
Seven Years into China’s Belt and Road

by DAVID DOLLAR

American officials have criticized the program as “debt trap diplomacy.” While it is hard to find evidence of debt trap diplomacy, there are real concerns about debt sustainability.

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“Anger is not a substitute for good policy” – A Q&A with Jon Huntsman

By on August 12, 2014 with 0 Comments
“Anger is not a substitute for good policy” – A Q&A with Jon Huntsman

An interview with the former governor, ambassador and presidential candidate about the current political environment and the challenges facing the country — and the Republican Party — in the coming years.

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The Promise of the Pacific Rim

By on August 11, 2014 with 0 Comments
The Promise of the Pacific Rim

By RT HON MIKE MOORE

New Zealand’s Ambassador to the United States discusses the importance of the Pacific Rim and why the U.S.-China relationship is the most profound relationship of our age.

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The Sky’s the Limit

By on August 11, 2014 with 0 Comments
The Sky’s the Limit

By DAVID DREIER

U.S. resurgence and Chinese ascendance need not be mutually exclusive. Those who think otherwise misunderstand the nature of the problems and opportunities the world faces.

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