Michael R. Auslin

China

The Sino-American War of 2025

A future history

By Michael R. Auslin

China

Biden should embrace Britain’s new Indo-Pacific strategy

The need to invigorate and defend a community of free nations in the Indo-Pacific is increasingly evident

By Michael R. Auslin

Europe

President Trump’s support for Taiwan is welcome

The US government has done more than most to enhance ties with Taipei

By Michael R. Auslin

China

The world puts an * next to China

The asterisk is the powerful symbol of a new era of distrust

By Michael R. Auslin

China

Geopolitical jockeying in a time of pandemic

It’s business as usual in Asia’s vital seas

By Michael R. Auslin

China

The West’s failure to create a Huawei alternative

Britain has accepted a massive security risk in return for Chinese 5G. How should America respond?

By Michael R. Auslin

A new emperor, a stable Japan

The world’s oldest monarchy bolsters a modern miracle

By Michael R. Auslin

China

China’s war on Islam

Beijing has been ruthlessly willing to use technology and force against the Uighurs

By Michael R. Auslin

China

China vs America: the espionage story of our time

Why aren’t spy stories sexy anymore? The revelations last year that Beijing destroyed America’s espionage ring inside China a few years ago, including executing a number of US informants, got a brief flurry of attention and then subsided beneath the waves. News reports of American bureaucrats arrested for passing information to the Chinese have also barely raised […]

By Michael R. Auslin

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