Decarbonization is key to delivering the energy transition, but it requires a massive increase in the mining and extraction of minerals like lithium, graphite, and cobalt. The countries that control these resources may be able to shape geopolitical power dynamics to their own advantage.
It also speaks to Beijing’s concerns that extend beyond the Russia-Ukraine war.
While the U.S. military is globally dispersed, China can concentrate its forces on winning a future conflict in its own neighborhood. It now has the capability.
Aaron David Miller sits down with General David Petraeus to talk about the war in Ukraine, China, Iran, North Korea, and more.
Panelists will discuss how local players in three Southeast Asian countries—the Philippines, Malaysia, and Myanmar—pushed Chinese actors to adapt to local conditions.
A high-end real estate development that caters to Chinese entrepreneurs became caught up in divisive Malaysian politics. Chinese investors are learning hard lessons about how to navigate local turf wars and political risks.
A discussion of China’s ambiguous stance toward Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and how this impact China’s relationship with other countries .
Differing trends illustrate the fluidity of global AI technology competition and how future alignments will not necessarily be defined by two-country competition between the United States and China.
A partial “decoupling” of U.S. and Chinese technology ecosystems is well underway. The U.S. government has been a primary driver in recent years, yet the United States still lacks a clear vision for what it hopes to achieve and a sound strategy for achieving it.
This debate, however, sidesteps the more important question about which administration has enacted more effective policies. A review of Biden’s early actions reveals that his administration is competing more effectively with Beijing and succeeding where Trump failed.