New AtlanticistAug 8, 2023
China and India are at odds over BRICS expansion
By Hung Tran
Beijing and New Delhi have different ideas about how the group should move forward, as India’s disagreement with China’s push to rapidly expand the organization’s membership demonstrates.
New AtlanticistJul 25, 2023
Is ‘friendshoring’ really working?
By Niels Graham and Mondrita Rashid
The Biden administration has identified around 2,400 critical goods and materials that fall under its efforts to move supply chains out of China. Check out what the data reveal so far.
EconographicsJul 12, 2023
Progress on debt restructuring provides a glimmer of hope for developing countries
By Jeremy Mark and Vasuki Shastry
As government and private-sector creditors finally take steps to restructure debt, questions remain over their readiness to meaningfully reduce debt burdens.
ReportJun 29, 2023
Maximizing US foreign aid for strategic competition
By Patrick Quirk, Caitlin Dearing Scott
A fully developed strategy for using foreign aid across all sectors—economic, education, security assistance, and democracy support—can provide critical reinforcement to the military and economic pillars of strategic competition.
Issue BriefJun 21, 2023
How Beijing’s newest global initiatives seek to remake the world order
By Michael Schuman, Jonathan Fulton, Tuvia Gering
Recommendations on how US policymakers and European and Indo-Pacific partners can better understand China’s latest development and security initiatives to meet the rising competition.