Examining the presidential candidate’s record on China for clues on the possible future of US-China relations.
NATO states face a multitude of threats that transcend the military realm, and its high time that the Alliance’s planners took notice.
The ongoing TikTok saga in the United States highlights the growing need for a ‘declaration of digital rights.’
Emerging challenges in the new geopolitical context need more, not less, US leadership and trans-Atlantic cooperation.
A reset of the US-China bilateral relationship could be a step too far, even for the self-styled ‘back-to-normal’ candidate.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Asia rallying support for the Quad, with mixed results.
As COVID-19 recedes, it will be buying season for cash-flush Chinese state and semi-state corporations in Europe – but only if the authorities allow it.
COVID-19 has demonstrated that the Chinese Communist Party, not trade with China, is the real threat to US interests and global stability.
Examining the Philippines’ role as a middle power amidst growing US-China competition.
How does China fit into NATO’s strategic planning?