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Asian studies

Taiwan and the Fight for Democracy

The story of Taiwan is one of resilience—of a country upholding democratic, progressive values while facing a constant challenge to…

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Economic studies

Biden’s Vague Muddle of a Trade Policy for China

What should the Biden administration be doing about the U.S. trade and economic relationship with China?

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Asian studies

China’s Economic Coercion Is More Bark Than Bite

Economic warfare has been part of statecraft for centuries, so it’s no surprise Beijing is leveraging its growing economic clout for political…

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Asian studies

Belt and Road Meets Build Back Better

Last week marked senior Biden administration officials’ first visits to developing countries to scout potential investments in infrastructure projects.

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Asian studies

Correspondence: Is China a Cautious Bully?

Ketian Zhang's article is an important contribution to the literature on Chinese foreign policy and coercive diplomacy.

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Asian studies

Xi Jinping’s clampdowns herald a tense political year in China

The term “cake theory” has a resonance in China that goes far beyond the kitchen. A decade ago it became shorthand…

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Geopolitics Studies

Beijing Is Running Out of Time to Remake the World

The prevailing consensus, in Washington and overseas, is that China is surging past the United States. “If we don’t get…

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Asian studies

China Is Choking Civil Society at the United Nations

The Chinese government’s crackdown on freedom of expression, independent thought, and civil society now extends beyond its borders.

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Asian studies

Chinese Influence Threatens the Neutrality of the SDGs

The prevailing foreign assistance architecture of today’s world, which prioritizes transparency, inclusion and accountability, was developed and codified in a…

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