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Report by Ash Jain, Matthew Kroenig, and Jonas Parello-Plesner

Dec 7, 2021

An Alliance of Democracies: From concept to reality in an era of strategic competition

Report by Ash Jain, Matthew Kroenig, and Jonas Parello-Plesner

With the rules-based democratic order under threat, the United States and its allies need new entities that facilitate cooperation not just across the transatlantic, but among larger groups of democracies worldwide.

Australia Economy & Business

Issue Brief by Hans Binnendijk, Rebeccah Heinrichs, and Christopher Twomey

Nov 30, 2021

Forward Defense symposium on deterring Chinese strategic attack

Issue Brief by Hans Binnendijk, Rebeccah Heinrichs, and Christopher Twomey

Hans Binnendijk, Rebeccah Heinrichs, and Christopher Twomey contribute issue briefs to a Forward Defense symposium on Chinese nuclear weapons and deterring Chinese strategic attack.

China Defense Policy

Blog Post

Nov 18, 2021

State of the Order: Assessing October 2021

Blog Post

The State of the Order breaks down the month's most important events impacting the democratic world order.

Belarus China

In the News by Atlantic Council

Nov 11, 2021

Ashford on SpectatorTV: Why does Taiwan matter so much?

In the News by Atlantic Council

On November 11, Emma Ashford featured on SpectatorTV’s “The Week in 60 minutes” where she discussed the major strategic questions over the US relationship with Taiwan and highlighted the dangers posed to US security and prosperity if it engages in conflict with China over the status of the island. Ashford examined the benefits of strategic […]

China English

In the News by Atlantic Council

Nov 10, 2021

Drun quoted in Newsweek: China rejects historic US law protecting Taiwan as ‘illegal and invalid’

In the News by Atlantic Council

On November 10, 2021, Jessica Drun was quoted in a Newsweek article, “China rejects historic US law protecting Taiwan as ‘illegal and invalid’.”

China Politics & Diplomacy

In the News by Atlantic Council

Nov 5, 2021

Drun quoted in Al Jazeera: China to hold Taiwan independence supporters criminally liable

In the News by Atlantic Council

On November 5, 2021, Jessica Drun was quoted in an Al Jazeera article, “China to hold Taiwan independence supporters criminally liable.” Regarding the new policy, she said that there will likely be a “blanket application” based on the Chinse government’s interpretation of “pro-independence,” including “[e]ssentially anyone that doesn’t fall in line within the rigid bounds […]

China Politics & Diplomacy

Inflection Points by Frederick Kempe

Oct 17, 2021

We’re at the perilous beginning of an uncertain era in US-China relations

Inflection Points by Frederick Kempe

The United States and China represent the most significant bilateral relationship in human history—and neither side is managing their rising tensions with adequate skill or durable strategy.

China Economy & Business

In the News by Atlantic Council

Oct 12, 2021

Kroenig and Ashford address the specter of war over Taiwan

In the News by Atlantic Council

On October 8, Foreign Policy published a biweekly column featuring Scowcroft Center deputy director Matthew Kroenig and New American Engagement Initiative senior fellow Emma Ashford discussing the latest news in international affairs. In this column, they discuss recent Chinese incursions into Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ), Taiwan’s strategic significance to the United States, and the possibilities for […]

China Conflict

In the News by Atlantic Council

Oct 8, 2021

Kroenig in the Guam Daily Post on missile defense in the Indo-Pacific region

In the News by Atlantic Council

Scowcroft Center Deputy Director Matthew Kroenig quoted on missile defense in the Indo-Pacific region.

China Conflict

In the News by Atlantic Council

Oct 8, 2021

Kroenig and Cimmino in The Dispatch: Washington should deter an attack on Taiwan

In the News by Atlantic Council

On October 8, The Dispatch published a piece by Matthew Kroenig and Jeffrey Cimmino arguing that the United States and its allies should work to establish a more effective deterrent in the Taiwan Strait by ending a policy of ambiguity and developing a military strategy and capabilities to deny a Chinese invasion of the island.

China Security & Defense