John Kerry, Xie Zhenhua Exit Roles That Defined Generation of Climate Action
By Chris Megerian and Seth Borenstein
The two men have shepherded China-U.S. climate cooperation since 2009. Can progress continue without their personal bond?
Rethinking US Foreign Aid
By Carl Schramm and Amy K. Mitchell
USAID was based on a flawed development theory from its inception. It’s past time to address that foundational mistake.
The Case for a More Ambitious Indonesia-US Partnership
By Sophie Egar and Joseph Bouchard
The two nations should place sustainable energy and critical minerals at the center of their relationship.
Does the 2024 US Defense Policy Bill Signify Bipartisan Agreement on China?
By Jiachen Shi
There is less consensus on U.S. China policy than it might seem, particularly among rank-and-file politicians.
The History and Future of China Studies in the US
By Zhuoran Li
Things may look bleak today, but it’s a far cry from the era of zero contact in the 1950s and ‘60s.
After APEC: Whither US Leadership on Trade?
By Chris Dixon and Bob Savic
Washington’s failure in approving the IPEF trade pillar sent a clear message to Asia-Pacific partners. But all is not lost.
Biden vs Trump: Who Would Have a Bigger Impact on China-US Relations?
By Dingding Chen and Xinrong Zhu
Looking ahead to a potential 2024 presidential match-up and the implications for U.S. China policy.
Will US-China Rivalry Spur the Transformation of Indonesia’s Critical Minerals Sector?
By Moch Faisal Karim
Compliance with the Biden administration's Inflation Reduction Act will be difficult. But it could bring Jakarta considerable long-term benefits.
The Newsom-DeSantis Debate Reveals Growing Partisan Conflict Over US China Policy
By Jiachen Shi
The debate between the state governors highlighted the divide between Democrats and Republicans on China.
Why the United States Needs an Embassy in Tuvalu
By John Augé
Tuvalu, the least visited and fourth smallest country in the world, might not be on everyone’s radar, but it holds a world of potential.
On Bangladesh and Democracy, America’s Approach Is Undermined By History
By Bantirani Patro and Bashir Ali Abbas
Washington's avowed commitment to democracy is consistent, but its actions – toward Bangladesh and other nations – have not been.
The Trends Driving Transatlantic Convergence on China
By Valbona Zeneli
With similar concerns on both sides of the Atlantic, there are six main factors that will define whether we see a policy convergence on China.