Is US–China Decoupling Heading in a Dangerous Direction?

East Asia Forum

The U.S.-China economic ties are decoupling in the aspect of technology, with trade-war tariffs and escalating investment restrictions imposed from both sides.


Strengthening US-Taiwan Relations Without a Military Commitment

Jenny Li

A bilateral trade agreement, government exchanges, and changing the name of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office are pro-Taiwan measures the U.S. should consider.


The KMT Is a House Divided

Hiro Fu

The spectacle of the KMT veering between China and the U.S. for improved relations is more than a story of simply being swayed by criticism from the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) or the press.


US Judge Halts Government Ban on TikTok

Voice of America

The Trump administration wants TikTok and WeChat removed from app stores.


In US-China Conflict, What Is the End Game for Taiwan?

Christopher Layne

As U.S.-China tensions rise, so does the chance of conflict. This would be catastrophic for Taiwan.

Covid-19 Is Accelerating China’s Economic Self-Reliance

Covid-19 Is Accelerating China’s Economic Self-Reliance

East Asia Forum

Reliance on domestic consumption is just one of the shifts accelerated by the coronavirus and the increasing rivalry with the United States.


Is the US-China Rivalry Tangling a Coronavirus Vaccine With Geopolitics?

Deutsche Welle

In China, getting to a vaccine first would be a shot in the arm for its global image as a technology leader. In the U.S., an America-first vaccine could boost President Donald Trump's reelection campaign.


Trump and Xi on Dangerous Ground Amid THAAD Blowback

Stephen Costello

Even a relatively inexperienced South Korean president, taking office after the policy upheavals of the past two decades, would not permit their administration to start under a cloud of subservience to China, to the United States or to their disgraced predecessor.

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