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In a Sharp Reversal, Democrats No Longer Support Reducing Tariffs on China to Combat Inflation

The shift takes a key tactic previously available to companies fighting the tariffs off the table, leaving few viable options

Indo-Pacific Views of U.S.- and China-Led Trade and Investment Disadvantage Chinese Companies

American multinationals stand to benefit even if the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework continues to receive a chilly reception

As Congress Seeks to Boost Tech Competition With China, Voters More Likely to Say U.S. Leads on Military Tech, AVs and 5G

But the bulk of the electorate says the U.S. trails its rival on artificial intelligence, quantum computing and chip manufacturing

The State of U.S.-China Relations

This quarterly report examines risks and opportunities for U.S. and Chinese multinationals

RUSSIA AND ITS ALLIES

At the Crossroads of the World, Turkey Charts Its Own Course on Ukraine

Turkey has largely stuck by NATO on Ukraine, but that doesn’t mean it’s completely back in line with the West’s foreign policy interests

To Win Over India, Washington Needs to Embrace Its Demands for Independence

After visits from the foreign ministers of China and Russia, the U.S. secretaries of State and Defense head to India on April 11 — but experts say not to expect quick change from New Delhi

Xi Put ‘No Limits’ on China’s Support for Russia. He Might Be Regretting That

As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine attracts worldwide opprobrium, China is having trouble navigating relations with its only major ally, opening opportunities for the United States

Despite Friction Over the Nuclear Deal, Iran Is Sticking By an Unpopular Russia — for Now

Moscow’s attempt to weaponize its influence over Iran to retaliate against Western sanctions has laid bare the impermanence of geopolitical friendships

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