The China Power Project is committed to providing interactive visualizations and expert analysis in order to facilitate informed discussions of the complexities, capabilities, and potential outcomes of China’s rise.
The project examines five key areas of capabilities: military, economic, social, technology, and international image and engagement. Our team analyzes available data on Chinese capabilities, and provides expert analysis to contextualize facts and figures for our users.
The Project hopes to advance the understanding of China among policymakers, academics, students, businessmen, and others, helping to bridge the gap between research and policy communities in the U.S. and elsewhere. In so doing, this project aims to reduce uncertainty and promote a more common understanding of the metrics that are used to measure China’s rise, as well as the opportunities and challenges that China poses.
In addition to our work on Chinese power, our experts also conduct research on Chinese foreign and security policy with a focus on US-China relations, maritime security, Chinese foreign policy decision making, cross-Strait relations, China’s periphery diplomacy, and Taiwan-related foreign policy issues.
All content by China Power Project
Podcast Episode by Bonny Lin — July 20, 2021
The Best of ChinaPower: Xi Jinping’s Military-Civil Fusion Project: A Conversation with Greg Levesque
Podcast Episode — July 6, 2021
Podcast Episode by Michael J. Green and Bonny Lin — July 6, 2021
The Best of ChinaPower: Highlights of the 2020 DoD Report on Chinese Military Power: A Conversation with Chad Sbragia
Podcast Episode — June 22, 2021
Commentary by Matthew P. Funaiole , Joseph S. Bermudez Jr. , and Brian Hart — June 15, 2021
Podcast Episode — June 8, 2021
The Best of ChinaPower: The Implications of China’s Conventional Missile Arsenal: A Conversation with Ankit Panda
Podcast Episode — May 25, 2021
Critical Questions by Matthew P. Funaiole and Brian Hart — April 29, 2021
Podcast Episode — April 16, 2021
Podcast Episode — March 30, 2021