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U.S.-China Trade and Investment Cooperation Amid Great Power Rivalry

|By Yuhan Zhang – Associate Director|

The use of economic tools in the pursuit of national-security interests has surged in the wake of growing geopolitical tensions, especially the rivalry between China and the US.

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The death of US–China climate cooperation

|By Yuhan Zhang – Associate Director|

The alarm bells of the climate crisis have been ringing for years. There is an increasing consensus among climate scientists that it is indispensable to hold the increase in the global average temperature within 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. But as the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitters, the United States and China have not […]

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Intellectual Property as National Security: The Case of AI in the Indo-Pacific

|By Margaret Kenney|

ntellectual property has long loomed as a potent element in national security strategies, but with the proliferation of advances in technology in recent decades, it has now become a central focus of geopolitical rivalry, especially between the US and China.

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The New Reality of Economic Statecraft

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director| Andrew Reddie – Deputy Director|

The use of economic tools in the pursuit of national-security interests has surged in the wake of growing geopolitical tensions, especially the rivalry between China and the US.

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