The winners of the Cold War turned out to be the authoritarians, not the democrats

As July marked the one hundredth anniversary of the CCP, Alex Story examines its performance over the past fifty years

The world needs to rekindle its democratic alliances to counter China’s growing techno-authoritarian power

Will a newly assertive Beijing seek to “decolonise” Hong Kong of the last visible signs of its colonial past?

Chinese propaganda plays on the manifest faultlines of American society

A global pandemic has shown how beneficial it is to have a strong nation state

When will we get serious about cyberwarfare?

No one can sensibly doubt that American primacy is much more agreeable to us than Chinese hegemony

The culture clash between East and West is complicated by interdependence

How should America deal with a newly aggressive and expansionist Beijing?