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Charles Dunst

Charles Dunst

Charles Dunst, a contributing editor of American Purpose, is an associate with Eurasia Group’s Global Macro practice, focusing on Chinese foreign policy and the geopolitics of Southeast Asia and the Indo-Pacific. He is also an adjunct fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Affairs. He has written for the New York Times, The Atlantic, the Washington Post, Foreign Policy, and the Council on Foreign Relations, among other outlets. Twitter: @CharlesDunst

Articles and Events

Bourdain: Man of Passions, Talent—and Heartache
On Screen

Bourdain: Man of Passions, Talent—and Heartache

Anthony Bourdain wanted a life like the movies. Roadrunner reveals why the man who had everything couldn't find happiness.

Charles Dunst
Show Me the Money

Show Me the Money

If the United States wants to compete with China in the developing world, we must think economics, not ideology.

Charles Dunst

Dec. 8, 2020: Jessica Drun, Charles Dunst, and Shahn Savino discuss “Will America Defend Taiwan?”

Jessica Drun of the Project 2049 Institute, Charles Dunst of the East-West Center in Washington and LSE Ideas in London and Shahn Savino of the National Association for Black Engagement with Asia discuss threats to Taiwan and possible American replies. December 8, 12:00 p.m. EST.

Charles Dunst
Southeast Asia’s Balancing Act
Books

Southeast Asia’s Balancing Act

China’s dominance over the region is by no means inevitable, but Washington has yet to figure out how to play the game.

Charles Dunst