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.
Michael Swaine argues against alarmist exaggeration of China’s military and for effective approaches to China’s increasingly powerful military.
Yun Sun discusses the current state of Russian-Chinese relations, events in Ukraine, and implications for the U.S.-China relationship.
M. Taylor Fravel and Tong Zhao discuss the implications of China's recent military and nuclear build-up.
Theresa Fallon and Richard McGregor explore the significance of AUKUS with Jason Kelly.
Educators and scholars Mary Brown Bullock, David M. Lampton, Anne F. Thurston, and Tashi Rabgey discuss a half-century of U.S.-China relations.
Derek Grossman and Niva Yau discuss the implications of the American troop withdrawal from Afghanistan on U.S.-China relations.
Lyle Goldstein and Oriana Skylar Mastro discuss military and security issues in the Taiwan Strait and implications for U.S. policy.
Michael McDevitt examines the growth of the PLA Navy en route to meeting China’s goal of becoming a great maritime power by 2035.
American and Chinese experts examine the implications of international maritime law and South China Sea disputes for U.S.-China relations.