In this special edition of the Brookings Cafeteria, Lindsey Ford, a David M. Rubenstein Fellow in Foreign Policy, interviews a trio of Brookings experts on their new papers from the Global China project that focus on China’s engagements with neighbors in East Asia, and how it secures its periphery.
- From persuasion to coercion: Beijing’s approach to Taiwan and Taiwan’s response, by Richard Bush
- The testing ground: China’s rising influence in Southeast Asia and regional responses, by Jonathan Stromseth
- How China’s actions in the South China Sea undermine the rule of law, by Lynn Kuok
- Global China: East Asia
See also previous podcast episodes in this series:
- What does a global China mean for the US and the world?
- How might a global China use economic sanctions?
- Chinese domestic politics in the rise of global China
- Deterring military conflict with a global China
- Global China’s plan for overseas military bases
The Brookings Cafeteria is part of the Brookings Podcast Network.
The most valuable commodity in Washington is the president’s time, the more the administration demonstrates capacity to marshal tangible support for meeting the region’s key economic, health, and climate priorities, the more influence the U.S. will gain in the [Indo-Pacific] region.