While the Trump administration took on China and the Biden administration continued many of those policies, including investments in Pacific allies to deter Chinese abuses, efforts are falling woefully short.
Rebeccah HeinrichsNovember 9, 2021
China-Africa relations is a case in point where Africa has become a prime testing ground for expanding the political outreach of the Communist Party of China.
Jianli YangJuly 30, 2021
Beijing aspires to be the new, responsible superpower that can mediate the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and offer the Middle East stability.
Jianli YangJune 10, 2021
In this article originally published by Christianity and Crisis on March 18, 1946, Charles W. Gilkey warns Americans not to worry that helping people abroad will make them “suckers.”
Christianity & Crisis Magazine & Mark MeltonApril 29, 2021
The People’s Republic of China not only has the intent to build a new world order, but it also has the resources and capabilities to do so—which helps explain why those who designed and uphold the existing world order are answering China’s challenge.
Alan DowdApril 7, 2021
State broadcasters called upon the Chinese people to boycott companies that did not use Xinjiang cotton. Reports found forced labor likely make this product.
Mark MeltonApril 2, 2021
If China is indeed the future, if China is primed to “rule the world,” if China remakes the international order in its image, it won’t be pretty.
Alan DowdMarch 31, 2021
Ever since President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in 2017, Washington has been engulfed in a contentious debate whether leaving the treaty was a geo-economic blunder or a necessary step to protect the American economy.
Erik KhzmalyanFebruary 4, 2021
The US must act swiftly and decisively against the Myanmar coup to preserve the country’s recent democratic gains and send a message to China.
Isabella MeibauerFebruary 1, 2021