In this episode, Professor Theresa Sabonis-Helf joins us to discuss China’s economic and diplomatic push into Central Asia and the implications for the region. We assess the impact of this push on Chinese-Russian relations and explore what role the United States should play in Central Asia.
In this episode, Evan Feigenbaum joins us to discuss the evolution of two Asias: security Asia and economic Asia. We discuss these trends and their implications for future development and power dynamics in the region. We examine China’s role in each sphere, and how it might shape the region in the years to come.
Proposition: There is a growing risk of war between the U.S. and China
Proposition: The Belt and Road Initiative will achieve China’s desired strategic and economic gains
In this episode, Professor Michael Raska joins us to discuss the history of Chinese arms exports and its use as a policy tool.
In this episode, Dr. Saunders joins us to discuss U.S.-China military cooperation and dialog in light of strategic competition.