The South China Sea dispute can be apprehended as a convergence of power politics and political economy with overlapping sovereignty claims.
China’s stance on Falkland Islands reflects internationalist approach
Four decades after the Falklands War, Beijing stokes tension with the U.K. by supporting Argentina’s claim to the territory.
Chinese government support benefits domestic AI companies
Close partnerships between tech and government give Beijing an edge over Washington.
North Korean hypersonic missile tests rattle East Asia
As Pyongyang ramps up its program, should Washington be worried?
AUKUS: A Western response to Chinese aggression
A new submarine deal signals a strategic shift in the Indo-Pacific region.
A Gender Gap in Empathy: The disappearance of Peng Shuai
Global reactions speak volumes about attitudes towards female athletes.
How China surpassed the U.S. in the race for AI supremacy
A former Pentagon official claims the U.S. has " no competing fighting chance” against China in AI. How did it get this way?
Biden must adopt a new strategy toward Taiwan
Changing realities in East Asia warrant a new approach to protect Taiwan.
The 21st century space race is heating up, and the United States must prepare to handle the heat
Beijing shoots for the moon. Can Washington keep up?
Sino-Indian border clashes are driving India and the United States closer together
An increasingly assertive and aggressive China will only drive India and the United States closer together.