New Atlanticist

May 17, 2024

Taiwan’s new president has a nationalist reputation. It could be an asset when dealing with Beijing.

By Wen-Ti Sung

Incoming Taiwanese President William Lai is known as a “pragmatic worker for Taiwan independence,” but there's more to the story.

China Politics & Diplomacy


May 13, 2024

What US tariffs on Chinese batteries mean for decarbonization—and Taiwan

By Joseph Webster

In response to Beijing’s attempts to cement its dominant position across the “new three” technologies of solar photovoltaics (PVs), electric vehicles (EVs), and batteries, the Biden administration is poised to issue tariffs on key Chinese products. A look at China’s battery exports, and its associated battery complex, reveals both opportunities and risks for US and allied […]

China Energy Transitions

In the News

May 2, 2024

Webster quoted in Recharge News on Chinese wind power dominance

China Energy & Environment

New Atlanticist

Apr 25, 2024

Why Taiwan stands with Israel

By Tuvia Gering

In many ways, Taiwan sees a reflection of itself in Israel—two vibrant democracies facing threats from hostile neighbors.

China Conflict

In the News

Apr 22, 2024

Global China Hub Nonresident Fellow Wen-Ti Sung in Head Topics

By Wen-Ti Sung

On April 20th, Global China Hub Nonresident Fellow Wen-Ti Sung was interviewed by Head Topics about China’s potential response to the expansion of Taiwan’s new flight path. 

China Security & Defense

Experts react

Apr 18, 2024

Your primer on the US House security bills for Ukraine, Israel, the Indo-Pacific, and more

By Atlantic Council experts

Our experts share their insights on what’s in the pending legislation and why it matters for US national security.

Conflict Crisis Management

Inflection Points Today

Apr 18, 2024

China and ‘the decade of living dangerously’

By Frederick Kempe

Despite recent US-China meetings, nothing has changed in terms of Chinese strategic intentions toward Taiwan, Ambassador Kevin Rudd recently argued.

China Politics & Diplomacy

Global China

Apr 12, 2024

Global China Newsletter – Risky Business: The Challenge of Reducing Dependencies on China

By Dexter Tiff Roberts

The third 2024 edition of the Global China Newsletter.

China Economic Sanctions

In the News

Apr 9, 2024

Bauerle Danzman interviewed by Marketplace on CHIPS Act and TSMC investment

Read the full article here.

International Markets Macroeconomics

In the News

Apr 5, 2024

Cho in War on the Rocks

On April 4, IPSI Nonresident Senior Fellow Sungmin Cho published a piece in War on the Rocks suggesting that a crisis in northeast Asia is more likely to start on the Korean Peninsula than in Taiwan.

Conflict Indo-Pacific