Scott Kastner discusses factors that could lead to war in the Taiwan Strait, and how hostilities may be avoided
Jessica Drun, Lev Nachman, and Sara Newland discuss Taiwan’s complex dynamics and their geopolitical implications.
Susan Shirk describes how China’s peaceful rise recently turned into a confrontational stance toward its neighbors and beyond.
Chin-Hao Huang argues that China’s desire for legitimacy and acceptance constrains its exercise of coercive action vis-à-vis its Southeast Asian neighbors.
Dawn Murphy discusses how China competes in the world by exploring its behavior in the Middle East and Africa with Lina Benabdallah.
Álvaro Méndez and Margaret Myers discuss China’s growing presence in Latin America and the Caribbean and its implications for the United States in a conversation moderated by Xiaoyu Pu.
Min Ye discusses the current status and future directions of China’s Belt and Road Initiative with Ka Zeng.
Bates Gill explores the motivations propelling China dynamic, assertive, and daring approach to the world.
Laura Silver discusses American views on China described in an April 2022 Pew Research Center report.
Kevin Rudd explains how the United States and China can avoid disaster through “managed strategic competition.”