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China

Winning Over Down Under
Policy Memo

Winning Over Down Under

It will take a united front to defeat Beijing’s new version of diplomacy by economic coercion.

Charles Edel
A Highway in Montenegro and the Struggle with China

A Highway in Montenegro and the Struggle with China

While we are on the subject of infrastructure, I want to take a moment to talk about how a highway in little Montenegro is playing out in the larger geopolitical struggle with China. Montenegro is the smallest country in the Balkans, with a population of just over 600,000. It

Francis Fukuyama
Death by Harmony
Books

Death by Harmony

The mechanics of Chinese repression are a frightening marvel.

Ilan Berman
Seeing China Clearly
Books

Seeing China Clearly

Remarkably, a coherent, unifying China policy emerged out of the chaotic Trump years. The Chinese regime itself deserves much of the credit.

Ellen Bork
What Putin and Xi Really Want
Interview

What Putin and Xi Really Want

Former Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves speaks with American Purpose about Europe caught between America and its rivals.

Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Shirley Martey Hargis, Jeffrey Gedmin
Grooming Autocrats
Short Take

Grooming Autocrats

China is exporting more than infrastructure to Africa.

David Shullman, Patrick Quirk
A Long, Twilight Struggle
The Big Weekend Read

A Long, Twilight Struggle

Americans should bear in mind that the foreign policy of the Chinese Communist Party is animated by the regime’s struggle to control its own people.

Charles Horner, Eric Brown
The Single Most Dangerous Place in the World

The Single Most Dangerous Place in the World

Taiwan has the potential to draw the world’s two strongest states into war.

Michael Mandelbaum