This report by James A. Lewis offers an analysis of the current state of competition between the U.S. and China in technology, economic models, and world views, and questions the inevitability of China’s rise.
The challenges and opportunities presented by China’s rise are hotly contested. ChinaPower's annual conference features leading experts from both China and the U.S. to debate core issues underpinning the nature of Chinese power.
November 19, 2018
| Scott KennedyChina has made developing new-energy vehicles (NEV) a top priority. The results of these efforts are mixed. China has the world’s largest NEV market, but the sector faces some immense challenges. This report is part of CSIS’s China Innovation Policy Series.
Blockchain is a game-changing technology that has the power to unleash a new era in supply chain management and communication. This CSIS report explores how policymakers should address the questions posed by this new technology.
Based on the current U.S. election security landscape, the CSIS Election Security Scorecard gives recommendations on how the United States can better prepare, secure, and defend against cyber threats ahead of the midterm elections in November, the presidential election in...
In the months since the somewhat anti-climactic release of the “real” report, the Nuclear Posture Review has been enjoying a honeymoon of sorts, as Rebecca Hersman, CSIS director of the Project on Nuclear Issues, writes in her commentary.
Despite some missile defense advocates' claims that 24 satellites could form the basis of a boost-phase space-based missile interceptor (SBI) system, many physicists do not agree, as Thomas Roberts from the CSIS Aerospace Security Project writes in a new brief.
A new CSIS report “Defusing the South China Sea Disputes: A Regional Blueprint” presents a workable model agreement to manage the South China Sea disputes, reached by consensus among dozens of top experts from Asia, the United States, and beyond.