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Donald Trump’s Dismal Legacy in East Asia

In the News
The National Interest
Paul Heer

The Trump administration helped fuel the worst downward spiral in US-China relations since diplomatic normalization more than forty years ago.

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US Foreign Policy

What the Geopolitics of the EU-China Deal Mean for Biden

Podcast
Deep Dish Podcast

Wendy Cutler and Noah Barkin join Brian Hanson to examine how the new investment deal will influence US foreign policy.

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REUTERS
Global Politics

The Strategic Implications of the China-EU Investment Deal

In the News
The Diplomat
Theresa Fallon

The EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment is a win for China, and a blow to transatlantic relations.

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Marco Verch
Global Politics

Subnational Diplomacy can Bolster American Soft Power Abroad

In the News
The Hill
Matthew Abbott

Better training and coordination between officials at all levels of government will give subnational diplomacy the chance to bolster American soft power abroad while boosting trade and foreign direct investment at home.

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Zachary Keimig
Global Cities

Secure US Supply Chains With Allies, and Move Out of China

In the News
Barron's
Multiple Experts

The Biden Administration should focus on "ally-shoring" to rebuild supply chains and box out actors like China and Russia.

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Global Economy, Trade and Business

While US Plays Blame Game in Coronavirus Crisis, China Shows Leadership

In the News
Chicago Tribune
Ivo H. Daalder

Ignoring its responsibility for starting the pandemic, Beijing has trumpeted its response as a model for others to follow.

Covid-19 cases in China.
KOBU Agency
COVID-19

Has China Won? Ivo Daalder and Kishore Mahbubani

In the News
Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development
Ivo H. Daalder

Fireside Chat with Ivo Daalder and Kishore Mahbubani moderated by Vuk Jeremic on CIRSD YouTube channel on Wednesday, April 22nd at 9 p.m (CEST).

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Macau Photo Agency
US Foreign Policy

Russia Will Face Declining Influence, Standing Among Great Powers

BLOG
Running Numbers by Charlie Rahr

A survey of American foreign policy experts paints a portrait of a declining Russia, with its broad influence deteriorating as China’s influence rises.

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Herman Van Rompuy
Public Opinion

The Trump Administration sees TikTok and WeChat as National Security Threats. Do Americans feel the same?

BLOG
Running Numbers by Charlie Rahr

As competition between the US and China escalates, the security issue of WeChat and TikTok may be a source of friction in the countries’ relationship.

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Reuters
COVID-19

Americans and Asia in 2020: Three Things to Know

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Running Numbers by Craig Kafura

With the US election a week away, here are three key things you need to know about the American public's views on Asia in 2020.

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert salutes as he passes the American and Japanese flags during a full honors ceremony at the Japanese Ministry of Defense
US Navy
Public Opinion