In this episode, Dan Rosen joins us to discuss the US and Chinese positions on the bilateral trade relationship. We unpack both sides’ demands, including Chinese requests for the US to lift restrictions on high-technology transfer and support market economic status for China, and US requests for China to end forced technology transfer and provide subsidies to Chinese companies. Mr. Rosen describes what a potential deal could look like.
In this episode, Dr. Marc Lanteigne joins us to discuss China’s increasing diplomatic and scientific activity in the Arctic. He explains Beijing’s White Paper on the Arctic and what it means for Chinese ambitions. We also explore the implications for other countries with interests in the Arctic.
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.
In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Erica Downs and Dr. Jeffrey Becker to discuss the recent opening of China’s military facility in Djibouti and its implications for Chinese foreign policy and strategy.
Proposition: Beijing will effectively utilize the uncertainty of the Trump presidency to firmly establish China as the leader of Asia
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, we sit down with Anthony Ruggiero to discuss the recent U.S. Treasury designation of several Chinese entities and individuals for enabling North Korean access to the international financial system.
In this episode, we discuss with Professor Lampton the motivations behind, challenges, and projects of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.