New Atlanticist

Nov 10, 2022

Will Xi take a new economic direction? China has trillions at stake.

By Niels Graham

Without reform, China's economy could be five trillion dollars smaller than projected by the end of the decade—with ramifications for global growth.

China Economy & Business

In the News

Nov 7, 2022

China Pathfinder Project cited by the Middle East Institute on China’s economic outlook

Read the full article here.

China Economy & Business


Nov 7, 2022

What Pakistan can learn from Chinese growth

By Ali Hasanain

As the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor enters its second phase, each side needs to review how they can improve the program’s effectiveness for mutual benefit.

China Economy & Business


Nov 1, 2022

Should Ukraine pursue closer ties with Taiwan?

By Michael Druckman

In recent years China has emerged as Ukraine's leading trade partner but the war unleashed by Vladimir Putin has created a geopolitical climate where closer Taiwan-Ukraine ties may make sense, writes Michael Druckman.

Conflict Digital Policy

Issue Brief

Oct 27, 2022

Our guide to friend-shoring: Sectors to watch

By Hung Tran

This article aims to document the progress, potential, limits, and implications of friend-shoring, focusing on five key sectors.

China Europe & Eurasia


Oct 24, 2022

Dual circulation in China: A progress report

By Hung Tran

Faced with a challenging international environment and hostile efforts by the United States to restrict China’s access to high technology and its products, China has adopted a dual circulation strategy to make its economy more balanced and resilient. Dual circulation means reducing the role of foreign trade in driving the Chinese economy while improving the quality of trade.

China Economy & Business

In the News

Oct 21, 2022

Nonresident senior fellow Hung Tran interviewed for the WBUR On Point radio show on ending US reliance on China 

Listen to the full show here.

China Economy & Business

In the News

Oct 21, 2022

Assistant Director Niels Graham quoted in Luzerner Zeitung on linkages between the EU and the Chinese economy

Read the full article here.

Americas China

China-MENA Podcast

Oct 20, 2022

Arab Barometer and Perceptions of China in MENA

By Atlantic Council

Michael Robbins joins us to discuss the region's perception of China based on the Arab Barometer's surveys conducted in MENA, and the different perspectives of the general public versus the elite—as the latter tends to be more favorable toward Beijing.

China East Asia

New Atlanticist

Oct 18, 2022

How India’s new digital rules can demonstrate a commitment to good regulatory practices

By Mark Linscott

India has a chance to lay a path toward a free trade agreement with the United States if it handles sensitive digital rules the right way.

Digital Policy India