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  • Exploring the outlook for Taiwan under the Lai administration

    EXPLORING THE OUTLOOK FOR TAIWAN UNDER THE LAI ADMINISTRATION - As President Tsai Ing-wen’s second term comes to an end, Vice President Lai Ching-te is poised to become the 8th president of the Republic of China (Taiwan) on May 20. Shortly after the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP)’s victory in...

  • Unpacking Xi’s visit to Europe

    A NEW CHARM OFFENSIVE? UNPACKING XI’S VISIT TO EUROPE - The European Union describes China as a three-part “partner for cooperation, an economic competitor and a systemic rival.” Now, growing concerns in Europe over strategic dependencies on China, Europe’s vulnerability to economic coercion, and...

  • Recommendations for US policymakers to compete with China’s 5G ambitions

    RECOMMENDATIONS FOR US POLICYMAKERS TO COMPETE WITH CHINA’S 5G AMBITIONS - The Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub hosts a conversation on how US policymakers can pursue better strategies to counter China’s ambitions in the global 5G market.

    Beijing is competing for geopolitical 5G leadership, p...

  • China’s economic statecraft in a Taiwan crisis

    RETALIATION AND RESILIENCE: CHINA’S ECONOMIC STATECRAFT IN A TAIWAN CRISIS - Over the past two years, Beijing has watched carefully as Western allies have deployed unprecedented economic statecraft against Russia. In June 2023, we analyzed possible G7 economic actions against China in the event o...

  • China in the Global South Conference

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    A convening of experts from across the Global South, the private sector, and the US government to establish an understanding of China’s bid to lead the Global South.

  • The risks of simultaneous conflicts in the Indo-Pacific

    THE RISKS OF SIMULTANEOUS CONFLICTS IN THE INDO-PACIFIC - Please join the Indo-Pacific Security Initiative (IPSI) of the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, and the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology Open Laboratory for Emergence Strategies (ROLES) of t...

  • Countering China and Russia in Latin America and the Caribbean

    COUNTERING CHINA AND RUSSIA IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN - Join the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, the Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center, and the Global China Hub for a conversation on how the United States and its allies and partners can counter Chinese and Russian malign in...

  • Taiwan's elections illustrate a global leader in freedom and prosperity

    Lai Ching-te of the Democratic Progressive Party has won the election in Taiwan, and will be inaugurated as Taiwan's next president on May 20. As his term commences, James Storen, Program Assistant with the Freedom and Prosperity Center, breaks down Taiwan's performance in the Freedom and Prosper...

  • Taiwan’s presidential election outcome

    GET IT STRAIT: DIGESTING TAIWAN’S PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OUTCOME - The 2024 Taiwan Presidential election is the culmination of many dramatic developments over the past year. Marked by the first-ever meeting between US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, amidst increasin...

  • Cross-strait seminar: Taiwan relations with Central and Eastern Europe

    Please join the Atlantic Council’s Indo-Pacific Security Initiative (IPSI), housed in the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, for a virtual seminar on Central and Eastern European relations with Taiwan, just ahead of the 2024 presidential elections in Taiwan.

    An expert panel of speakers ...

  • Beyond the soft landing: The global economy in 2024

    One year ago, many economists were convinced the US was headed for a mild recession, Europe would face a deeper one, and China would enjoy a robust rebound.

    What a difference a year can make.

    In the Eurozone recession was avoided, in the US a soft landing is in sight, and today China is struggl...

  • Countering Beijing’s economic coercion in the Indo-Pacific

    On Wednesday, December 20 at 8:00am (Eastern Time) / 9:00pm (Taiwan), please join the Atlantic Council’s Indo-Pacific Security Initiative (IPSI), housed in the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, and the Global China Hub (GCH) for a conversation on Countering Beijing’s economic coercion i...

  • China’s underground historians and their battle for the future

    CHINA’S UNDERGROUND HISTORIANS AND THEIR BATTLE FOR THE FUTURE - For decades, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has sought to prevent Chinese artists from freely engaging with the world, especially on the topic of China’s history. The CCP’s story of Chinese history describes Communism’s triumph a...

  • China’s vision for the future of the internet

    COMMUNITY WATCH: CHINA’S VISION FOR THE FUTURE OF THE INTERNET - In 2015, Beijing released Jointly Building a Community with a Shared Future in Cyberspace, a white paper outlining the CCP’s vision for the future of the internet. The paper extended the concept of sovereignty to cyberspace, asserti...

  • The challenge of Taiwan’s economic ties to China

    RELYING ON OLD ENEMIES: THE CHALLENGE OF TAIWAN’S ECONOMIC TIES TO CHINA - Please join the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub and GeoEconomics Center for the virtual launch of Jeremy Mark and Niels Graham’s new report, “Relying on Old Enemies: The Challenge of Taiwan’s Economic Ties to China”.

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  • Taiwan: A contested democracy under threat

    TAIWAN: A CONTESTED DEMOCRACY UNDER THREAT - Please watch this launch of a new book by Global China Hub nonresident fellow, Lev Nachman, and co-author Jonathan Sullivan, titled, “Taiwan: A Contested Democracy Under Threat.”

    There has never been greater international interest in Taiwan, nor such ...

  • China’s global agenda on spectrum policy and 5G/6G

    EXPLORING CHINA’S GLOBAL AGENDA ON SPECTRUM POLICY AND 5G/6G - Join the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub for a conversation on what’s at stake during this year’s World Radiocommunication Conference.

    Beijing is moving aggressively to bolster Chinese companies’ domestic and international advant...

  • So what’s the strategy for China?

    In the first episode of our new ACTV original series, host Matthew Kroenig delves into the critical question of whether the United States and its allies have an effective strategy to address the global challenge posed by China. The episode features perspectives from senior Biden administration of...

  • China's standing in the Global South after the Belt and Road Forum

    CHINA’S STANDING IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH: TAKEAWAYS FROM THE BELT AND ROAD FORUM - This October, China will host its annual Belt and Road Initiative Global Forum in Beijing, marking BRI’s ten-year anniversary. In the past decade, the BRI has become a flagship strategy of the PRC’s involvement in the ...

  • Understanding China’s economic slowdown

    UNDERSTANDING CHINA’S ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN - Our experts kick off the second day of IMF-World Bank week in Marrakesh with a look at China’s economic slowdown.

    ORIGINAL AIRDATE: 10/10/2023

  • Running out of road: China Pathfinder 2023 launch

    RUNNING OUT OF ROAD: CHINA PATHFINDER 2023 LAUNCH - Over the past year, views on the trajectory of the Chinese economy have seen significant shifts. Initial expectations of a robust recovery post-zero-COVID have given way to increasing skepticism about the enduring strength of the Chinese economi...

  • An allied approach to countering Beijing’s Military-Civil Fusion

    China’s defense sector is largely controlled by state-owned enterprises insulated from its commercial economy. However, Beijing has increasingly sought to bolster its military capabilities and modernize the People’s Liberation Army through its civilian sectors.

    A key pillar of these efforts, Mil...

  • The risk of simultaneous conflicts unfolding in East Asia

    CONFLICTS IN EAST ASIA — A new study by the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security delves into the intricate security landscape of East Asia. In this insightful analysis, Markus Garlauskas, the Director of the Indo-Pacific Security Initiative and former National Intelligenc...

  • Leveraging offshore wind to decarbonize East Asia

    LEVERAGING OFFSHORE WIND TO DECARBONIZE EAST ASIA - Offshore wind is an incredibly promising decarbonization technology that nevertheless faces significant hurdles to adoption, especially outside of relatively mature markets, such as the North Sea. Offshore wind typically enjoys the highest capac...