China has entered into a substantial collection of written agreements with U.S. states for the purpose of promoting technology transfer in a number of strategically sensitive fields.
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The United States has an opportunity to explore new ways to deepen its strategic and economic partnerships in the region, counterbalance China’s growing influence and secure supply chains for critical minerals at the Summit of the Americas.
NATO's new Strategic Concept, to be released in June, will need to clearly define the alliance's mission.
Beijing is promoting an alternative conceptualization as a form of "normfare" to challenge the liberal international order.
The NDS fact sheet makes clear that campaigning is important for achieving security across the full spectrum of strategic competition and supporting integrated deterrence.
Last month, the Justice Department announced the end of its highly controversial China Initiative. As the first public trial of an academic prosecuted under that Initiative gets underway, however, it remains unclear how much has changed.
According to the China Military Power Report, China is transitioning to a new stage in its national strategy in which emerging technologies and defense innovation are playing a central role in more recent iterations of the CCP’s strategic objectives.
Chinese officials claim the U.S. diplomatic boycott is politicizing the games, but the Olympics have always been political.
The U.S. needs to act now to secure the technological dimensions of a looming Taiwan crisis, or risk losing far more than the island.
Inauthentic social media accounts attributed to China have been identified as part of a disinformation campaign to defend the country’s treatment of the Uyghur Muslim minority in Xinjiang.