In the NewsJul 19, 2023
Allen in the Wall Street Journal on US efforts to simultaneously deter Russia and China
On July 18, Michael Allen and Connor Pfeiffer co-authored a Wall Street Journal piece making the case for the United States’ ability to simultaneously counter Russia and China. Citing the US’ strengthened defense industrial base, partly bolstered by the war in Ukraine, the pair contend that the US is equipped to both provide continued support […]
New AtlanticistJul 7, 2023
Does Taiwan’s massive reliance on energy imports put its security at risk?
By Joseph Webster
Taipei relies on maritime imports for around 97 percent of its energy, even as Beijing appears increasingly capable of launching a quarantine, blockade, siege, or even invasion of the island.
In the NewsJul 1, 2023
“Wagner Uprising Highlights China’s Risks With Russia” – Nonresident senior fellow John Culver and nonresident fellow Wen-ti Sung quoted in the New York Times
On July 1, 2023, Global China Hub Nonresident senior fellow John Culver was quoted in the New York Times on what a potentially souring relationship between China and Russia could mean. “Downsizing the number of troops along the border has allowed China to prepare for the greater potential for conflict over Taiwan or the South […]
New AtlanticistJun 27, 2023
What’s driving Central and Eastern Europe’s growing ties with Taiwan?
By Petr Tůma
A new tone toward Taipei in Europe is being set by Czechia and other Central and Eastern European countries. Taiwan has come to the forefront of their attention mainly because of frustration with Beijing.