China

Learn from Ukraine, DIA Chief Tells New China Mission Group

Defense Intelligence Agency unit takes aim at “warning problem of our lifetime.”

China’s Increased Military Activity Near Taiwan a ‘New Normal’ Says Pentagon

The Pentagon identifies 2027 as a key deadline for China military modernization, then 2035 and 2049.

China Fired a New Missile After Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit, PacFleet Says

The weapon was part of a barrage of missiles and live-fire exercises meant to signal disapproval of the U.S. visit to the self-governing island.

Muhammad Ali’s Foreign Policy Lessons

Like the great boxer, America needs to know how to pick the time and place to engage.

Ban These Chinese Chipmakers from Pentagon Purchases

Congress should pass a proposed expansion of the law that keeps the federal government from buying certain companies’ products.

How China Is Trying to Turn the US CHIPS Act to Its Favor

A strategic messaging campaign portrays the new law as a counterproductive and lawless act.

Biden’s Nuclear Policy Fails the Ukraine Test

His administration’s Cold War-style thinking is missing a golden opportunity.

Biden and China’s Xi to Meet Face-to-Face on Monday

Taiwan, Ukraine, and microchips are the likely topics, official says.