Provides analysis on emerging technologies that are expected to reshape situational awareness across the spectrum of conflict, and examines the implications of these technologies for nuclear strategic stability.
August 1, 2019
| Matthew P. Funaiole , Bonnie S. Glaser In China PowerWhile China is one of the World Trade Organization's most active members, Beijing has not instituted deep, systemic reforms and its compliance with WTO rulings remains mixed.
July 31, 2019
| Jonathan E. Hillman In Reconnecting AsiaXi Jinping's signature foreign policy vision, the Belt and Road Initiative, is a long-term strategy to make China the center of the global economy. Can China deliver on its ambitious plans? CSIS Reconnecting Asia Director Jonathan Hillman explains what's happening with China's...
By improving the accuracy and timeliness of warning, increasing visibility into adversary actions, and extending decision time in crisis, enhanced situational awareness reduces the risk of miscalculation and alleviates the use-or-lose pressure that could incentivize a...
The United States has advanced strategic situational awareness capabilities across all domains. In recent decades, these capabilities have become increasingly important at the tactical and operational levels, and are integral to U.S. doctrine and planning.
China has invested considerably in advancing its strategic situational awareness capabilities. The People's Liberation Army is developing a more mature architecture to enhance its ability to conduct nuclear counterattack and conventional operations.
July 12, 2019 In Asia Maritime Transparency InitiativeThree years after the landmark ruling in the Philippines v. China arbitration on the South China Sea, China is in compliance with just 2 of the arbitral tribunal's 11 actionable findings.
July 11, 2019 In Reconnecting AsiaSupporters of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor argue it will spur Pakistan’s development. As Pakistan faces its 13th IMF bailout, the debt incurred to fund CPEC could do more harm than good without serious reforms.
June 27, 2019 In Asia Maritime Transparency InitiativeLearn about the power projection capabilities of China’s outposts in the South China Sea and chart their radar, SAM, anti-ship missile, fighter, and bomber ranges with AMTI’s newly updated map.
June 10, 2019
| Matthew P. Funaiole , Bonnie S. Glaser In China PowerGlobal innovation leaders produce the discoveries that shape the world. China’s capacity to innovate is dependent on a variety of factors, including its commitment to research and development, the quality of its workforce, and the effectiveness of government institutions.
May 20, 2019 In Asia Maritime Transparency InitiativeAfter a sharp drop-off in activity from 2016 to late 2018, Chinese clam harvesting fleets have returned to the South China Sea in force over the last six months, destroying vast swaths of coral reef and pushing threatened fish stocks closer to collapse.