Scott Moskowitz is senior director for APAC at Morning Consult, where he leads geopolitical analysis of China and broader regional issues. Scott holds a Ph.D. in sociology from Princeton University and has years of experience working in and conducting Mandarin-language research on China, with an emphasis on the politics of economic development and consumerism.Follow him on Twitter at @ScottyMoskowitz. Interested in connecting with Scott to discuss his analysis or for a media engagement or speaking opportunity?
India in Between: Modi’s Delicate Dance of Diplomatic Moderation Offers Risks and Rewards
India's nonalignment presents advantages for multinationals exiting China, but broader diversification is the safest strategy
The State of U.S.-China Relations: H2 2022
Risks and opportunities for multinationals, investors, asset managers and policymakers
American Allies Want U.S. Leadership on Taiwan if China Invades
A coordinated, multilateral response would benefit multinationals and markets, but prevailing public opinion suggests a piecemeal response is more realistic
Hot Summer, Cold Winter: As Tensions Over Taiwan Cool, Is China Settling In for a New Cold War?
What Morning Consult’s U.S.-China Relations Barometer tells us about the current state of affairs
Souring Sino-American Relations May Drive Chinese Tourists Away
Chinese travelers interested in visiting the United States are especially likely to say that worsening tensions could keep them from visiting
Introducing Morning Consult’s U.S. Foreign Policy Sentiment Indexes
Concerns About Mass Shootings and Other Violent Crimes May Be Scaring Chinese Travelers Away From the U.S.
Negative coverage in Chinese state media hasn’t helped, and poses challenges for the U.S. tourism sector
Multinationals With China Exposure Should Stay Put Despite Beijing’s Posturing Over Foreign Bullying
Economic and political imperatives will limit near-term risks arising from public demands for greater assertiveness
Practicality Trumps Politics for Most Chinese Consumers
Quality, safety and affordability drive Chinese demand for foreign goods and services more than geopolitics
If China Invades Taiwan, Commercial Ties Will Be the First to Go
Companies with China exposure that delay contingency planning do so at their peril