In the second issue of the Debating Japan newsletter series, the CSIS Japan Chair invited Dr. Jeffrey Hornung, a security specialist, and Mr. Kiyoyuki Seguchi, an economist, to assess the prospects for Japan-China relations in the coming years.
The drama that is U.S.-China relations added a new episode in Buenos Aires this weekend. The outcome was in many ways anti-climactic, as the two sides reached the most limited of agreements, writes Scott Kennedy, deputy director of the CSIS Freeman Chair.
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.
Kartikeya Singh, deputy director of the Wadhwani Chair in CSIS U.S. India Policy Studies, highlights important voter issues in the upcoming state assembly elections in India as well as recent, noteworthy policies and reforms rolled out by incumbent state governments.
November 29, 2018
| Anthony H. CordesmanThis study conducts a wide-ranging analysis of China’s grand strategy, emergence as a superpower, strategic posture, potential limits to superpower status, and posture vis-à-vis the United States.
November 28, 2018
| Matthew P. Goodman, Ann Listerud Washington and Tokyo can ensure better economic outcomes for themselves and others by working together to advance their preferred rules and norms. A more robust economic statecraft, jointly pursued, is central to advancing U.S. and Japanese interests in the Indo-Pacific.
November 26, 2018
| Earl Anthony Wayne, Daniel F. Runde, Jena SantoroIn Geneva, donors should praise the reforms made while making clear that Afghanistan must continue and deepen reforms if donors are to continue to provide support over the next two years, as CSIS experts from the Project on Prosperity and Development write in their commentary.
Despite the Islamic State’s loss of territory, there is still a large pool of Salafi-jihadist and allied terrorists in such countries as Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria, Libya, and Somalia willing to use violence to achieve their goals.
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.
Based on a conference held in Auckland, New Zealand in March 2018, this report outlines findings and recommendations for advancing U.S.-New Zealand relations and bilateral cooperation in the South Pacific and Indo-Pacific regions.