Missile Defense and the Strategic Relationship among the United States, Russia, and China
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS & SCIENCES - APLN member Tong Zhao co-wrote an article with Dmitry Stefanovich on "Managing the Impact of Missile Defense on U.S.-China Strategic Stability."
EU’s Struggle To Find a Unified Stance on China Will Shape the US-China Contest
SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST - APLN member C. Uday Bhaskar writes on French President Emmanuel Macron’s visit to China.
3 Nuclear Superpowers, Rather Than 2, Usher In a New Strategic Era
THE NEW YORK TIMES - APLN member Tong Zhao was featured in an article by the New York Times discussing China’s nuclear expansion.
Europe’s China Policy in Disarray
THE DIPLOMAT - APLN member Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan points out that whether France can be a trusted partner in managing China is a question that many have asked after the fiasco of Macron’s visit.
As the U.S. and China Part Ways, the Global South Finds Its Own Path
SINICA PODCAST - APLN member Kishore Mahbubani discussed about how ASEAN, the Global South, and even some European countries are charting a different path in a time of U.S.-China strategic rivalry.
The Human Horror of a Nuclear Conflict in Northeast Asia
GLOBAL ASIA - APLN Associate Fellow Eva Lisowski co-wrote an article with David Von Hippel and lay out stark scenarios of nuclear-weapons use and their horrible costs.
China’s Role in Shaping South Korea’s Nuclear Choice
GLOBAL ASIA - APLN member Tong Zhao co-wrote an article with Kang Jungmin and examines China’s role in shaping South Korea’s nuclear choice.
Rebalance of Power
THE INDIAN EXPRESS - APLN member Shyam Saran writes: China-Russia partnership signals a shift in geo-political equations that has implications for India.
The U.S. Escalates Chips War With China
OBSERVER RESEARCH FOUNDATION - APLN member Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan wrote a paper on the intensifying US-China tech war and examines the logic of it.
China Is Reinventing Itself as a Peace Broker — How Will America Respond?
HANKYOREH - APLN Vice Chair Moon Chung-in writes on China's role as a global mediator and its potential to undermine US leadership on the world stage.