The United States Is Not Doing Enough to Fight Chinese Influence
Beijing’s authoritarian political warfare demands a strong response.
The Quad Is Not Enough
Trump has revived a four-way security dialogue among the United States, India, Australia, and Japan, but if it's going to make China pay attention, it will need some new members.
China’s Dangerous Dollar Addiction
China pays for raw materials in greenbacks, but Trump’s trade war could soon dwindle its dollar reserves.
Nowhere to Run in Xi’s China
The Chinese leader’s cult reaches into the most remote regions of the country.
I Mastered Xi Jinping Thought, and I Have the Certificate to Prove It
Study of the leader’s half-baked ideas is increasingly compulsory in China.
Net Neutrality’s End Will Let Power Eat the Internet
Information is getting more centralized as online norms fracture.
China’s Medical Tourists Are Steering Clear of U.S. Hospitals
Shoddy treatment at home is driving patients to Japan and Europe.
India’s Sleeping Tech Giants Are About to Awaken
A weak rupee could be just the push the Big Five need.
Pentagon Criticized for ‘Spray and Pray’ Approach to Innovation
A prominent tech leader says the Defense Department’s investment strategy hampers its ability to compete with China on military innovation.
China’s Great Leap Backward
For decades, the country managed to avoid most problems suffered by dictatorships. Now Xi Jinping’s personal power play risks undermining everything that made China exceptional.
Trump’s Latest China Salvo Could Hurt U.S. Nuke Industry
Administration says Beijing is diverting U.S. nuclear technology for military use.
If the U.S. Doesn’t Control Corporate Power, China Will
Laissez-faire economics has left firms bending the knee to Beijing.
Russia Is 4chan, China Is Facebook
Mike Pence’s equation of Beijing’s influence with Moscow’s hacking was misleading and dangerous
Trump Reaches for Checkbook Diplomacy to Counter China
Washington ramps up development finance to offer countries an alternative to Beijing’s deep pockets.
U.S. Puts Money Where Its Mouth Is on China
The military’s funding boost is aimed at deterring Beijing, but a budget fight could jeopardize the strategy.
The United States Needs an Afghanistan Exit Strategy
Washington should hand over U.S. military and political roles to other countries, including China.
It’s No Longer Just a Trade War Between the U.S. and China
Vice President Pence’s fierce attack and allegations of tech spying escalate the conflict.
China’s Influence Operations Are Pinpointing America’s Weaknesses
From Iowa to Louisiana, Beijing has mapped out the pressure points of U.S. politics.
Is the Trade War About to Become a Currency War?
Some experts figure Beijing might risk further driving down the renminbi against the dollar.
China Is Treating Muslims Like Drug Addicts
Extralegal camps in Xinjiang are modeled on the country’s internment of drug users.