Although the Biden administration’s approach to strategic competition is quite different from the Trump administration’s, it does not necessarily follow that China–U.S. relations will stabilize and improve.
The deterioration of China-U.S. relations has not ended, and a turnaround is unlikely. Given the intense frictions of recent years, both countries have built up a fixed mindset about diplomatic strategy that has been incorporated ...
The coronavirus crisis will eventually be a thing of the past, but in the post-COVID era, serious questions remain. What kind of human rights and what international moral standard serves humanity best?
The post-pandemic era provides paths that, if followed, will catapult the country into first place globally by mid-century. It will open wider, increase cooperation with international partners and make even greater contributions t...
A variety of technical paths and the use of multiple treatments in the global population provide the best opportunity for quick, widespread success. Vaccine nationalism should be avoided, as it only slows progress.
The volatile state of U.S.-China relations has only hindered progress towards ending the COVID-19 pandemic. There’s little question that if the two countries were to join forces, a safer world would be within reach.
China’s position in the global markets as a source of cheap labor has evolved into a dynamic new phase, that requires new solutions to bridge China’s past with its promising future.
The primary takeaways involve China’s military spending, development pattern and approach to relations with the United States. Both countries know that only by dealing with domestic issues will they be able to maximize their inte...
A complete reassessment of Washington’s stance on territorial disputes in the East and South China Sea is long overdue. Implied obligations and strategic ambiguity only increases risks for all parties.
Joe Biden has promised to deliver a dramatic change from the former President’s ways, but a look at his actions in Asia show his administration may be picking up right where Trump left off.