What is China’s approach to crisis management, and how has it evolved over the past several decades? Here, three leading experts analyze newly translated assessments by Chinese security analysts and assess implications for U.S.-China security relations.
How has Russia’s invasion of Ukraine impacted Beijing’s strategy for achieving energy security? Will China increase its investment in renewables in order to insulate itself from future energy market volatility? Or will the search for short-term growth see Beijing double down on traditional energy sources? Utilizing newly translated documents, three leading exports explore China’s path forward.
How do Chinese foreign policy scholars view U.S. policy on China and the broader Indo-Pacific? Oxford University’s Rosemary Foot, CSIS scholars Ivan Kanapathy and Lily McElwee, and the Atlantic Council’s Chris Preble provide expert analysis of newly translated Chinese assessments.
After three decades of progressive strengthening, Sino-Russian relations are being put to the test after Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Three experts assess how the ongoing conflict will impact the future of the bilateral relationship.