China and the United States Could Sabotage EU Emission Efforts Again
Brussels needs to fight to defend its carbon-border policy.
When Germany Was China
Attempts to explain Berlin’s militarism tells us something about how analysts approach Beijing.
India Welcomes AUKUS Pact as China Deterrent
The agreement will help New Delhi with its quest for a stable balance of power in the Indo-Pacific.
How Sept. 11 Supercharged China’s Propaganda
Beijing has used the “war on terror” to target its own minorities like Uyghurs.
China’s Social Credit System Is Actually Quite Boring
A supposedly Orwellian system is fragmented, localized, and mostly targeted at businesses.
China Is Disrupting the Ocean’s Blue Carbon Sink
Washington and Beijing need to protect the global seabed—and address the staggering loophole in greenhouse gas reporting.
Biden Must Move Fast to Replace WHO’s Tedros
It will take an all-out diplomatic blitz to block the director-general’s impending reelection.
China Is OK With Interfering in Guinea’s Internal Affairs
Beijing has dropped its own usual excuse to oppose a coup for practical reasons.
Are Indo-Russian Ties the Next Casualty of Great-Power Shifts?
The fall of Kabul may have widened the rift between New Delhi and Moscow.
Pressured By China, Lithuania Won’t Back Down Over Taiwan
Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis said his country is working to find a diplomatic solution.
China Is Laying Climate Traps for the United States
With the Glasgow conference approaching, U.S. diplomats must be careful.
The United States Can Cast Light on China’s Shadowy Solar Industry
Opaque practices make it difficult to trace human rights abuses.
U.S. Institutions Must Get Smarter About Chinese Communist Party Money
Beijing is trying to shape the academic and political conversation.
Playing Chess With China
A new book by a former Indian envoy to Beijing has important lessons for today’s policymakers.