How to challenge China’s power play


  The United States and China are locked in a geopolitical competition that will largely determine the rules, norms, and institutions that govern international relations in the twenty-first century, according… Read more »

China’s coercive economic measures targeting democratic states


  Most of Beijing’s unilateral coercive economic measures are aimed at democratic states, according to a new analysis. In part, China uses coercion against these states because bribery, corruption, and… Read more »

From the Bottom, Up: A Strategy to Support Syria’s Opposition


As negotiations continue to uphold a teetering ceasefire in Syria, the primary U.S. effort in Syria should be a bottom-up strategy to build cohesive, moderate, armed opposition institutions with a… Read more »