March 30, 2018

White Warships and Little Blue Men: The Looming “Short, Sharp War” in the East China Sea over the Senkakus

By: James E. Fanell and Kerry K. Gershaneck | China claims Japan’s Senkaku Islands and vows to seize them in a “short, sharp war,” if necessary. China’s successful seizure […]
March 16, 2018

U.S.-Taiwan Relations in a Sea of Change

By: Richard L. Armitage, Ian Easton, and Mark Stokes | Concerned about a potential drift in the relationship, The Project 2049 Institute conducted a series of working-level dialogues, resulting […]
November 8, 2017

Risk and Resiliency: China’s Emerging Air Base Strike Threat

By: Oriana Skylar Mastro and Ian Easton | Given the centrality of air power for U.S. power projection in the Western Pacific, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army […]
September 29, 2017

The Framework for a U.S.-Japan Free Trade Agreement

By: Derek M. Scissors and Daniel Blumenthal | The United States and Japan can create a bilateral free trade and investment agreement that both sides will sign and ratify. […]
July 17, 2017

Negotiating History: The Chinese Communist Party’s 1981

By: Robert L. Suettinger | Over the decades, leaders of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have used the control of history to bolster their own political standing, […]
July 10, 2017

Dangerous Truths: The Panchen Lama’s 1962 Report and China’s Broken Promise of Tibetan Autonomy

By: Matthew Akester | The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has sustained a strategy to manipulate history and subjugate Tibet in order to maintain Party rule. As outlined […]
June 26, 2017

The Logic of Historical Nihilism: Analyzing the PRC Orthodoxy on the Origins of the Korean War

By: Miles M. Yu | The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) utilizes its own narrative of the Korean War to fulfill the Party’s strategic interests. Historical evidence, […]
May 16, 2017

The Limits of CCP Liaison Work: Sino-Vietnamese Relations

By: David Gitter and Elsa Kania | The PRC has fully leveraged its relative receptiveness to communist liaison work, carried out through CCP Central Committee’s International […]
May 9, 2017

The People’s Republic of China and Burma: Not Only Pauk-Phaw

By: Bertil Lintner | Pauk-Phaw was a term coined in the 1950s to describe the supposedly friendly and close relationship between the People’s Republic of China (PRC) […]
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