June 14, 2019

Conscious Decoupling: Are the United States and China Parting Ways?

By Ely Ratner, Tom Donilon, Elizabeth Rosenberg and Derek M. Scissors

Experts Tom Donilon, Derek M. Scissors, and Elizabeth Rosenberg joined Ely Ratner at the CNAS 2019 National Security Conference for a discussion about the steps Washington and Beijing are taking to undo decades of economic integration.

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    • January 8, 2020
    Total Competition

    China’s coercive attempts to wield hegemonic control over the South China Sea threaten the sovereignty of Southeast Asian states and international freedom of the seas, both of...

    By Patrick M. Cronin & Ryan Neuhard

  • Commentary
    • Foreign Policy
    • December 27, 2019
    The U.S.-Chinese Trade War Just Entered Phase 2

    The Trump administration’s “phase one” trade deal with China may mark the end of the first chapter of the trade conflict between the United States and China, which saw Washing...

    By Peter Harrell

  • Reports
    • December 18, 2019
    Crossed Wires

    The United States’ current diplomacy with North Korea has enduring implications for its strategic competition with China....

    By Kristine Lee, Daniel Kliman & Joshua Fitt

  • Commentary
    • The Hill
    • December 13, 2019
    Why policymakers and universities need to collaborate for democracy

    Policymakers have singled out the higher education system as a critical area of vulnerability in American society. Christopher Wray memorably stated before the Senate Judiciar...

    By Kristine Lee & Joshua Fitt

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