Trump's Foreign Policy Priority: Russia or China? CSPC Trustee Amb. Nicholas Burns

CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns recently joined Bloomberg to discuss which country should be President-Elect Trump's priority when foreign policy is concerned: Russia or China?

CSPC Director of Policy Dan Mahaffee Quoted in China's Xinhua About The Future of the Democratic Party

On Thursday, November 21 CSPC Director of Policy Dan Mahaffee discussed in China's Xinhua Daily how the rollout of the Affordable Care Act has led some in the Democratic Party to consider distancin

CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield Investigates the Complex Relationship between the U.S., China, and Russia

In a June 19th article in Breaking Defense, CSPC Senior Fellow James Kitfield discussed the delicate balance of power between the U.S., Russia, and China.

CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns Discusses Foreign Policy Challenges for Obama During His Last Years as President

In an April 24th Boston Globe article, CSPC Trustee Ambassador Nicholas Burns discussed four foreign policy challenges facing President Obama in his last 2.5 years of his administration.

CSPC Senior Advisor Sherman Katz Commentary on Trade Agreements Published in the Straits Times

CSPC Senior Advisor Sherman Katz discussed the progress of two trade agreements, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), in a January 28th ed

CSPC Director of Policy Dan Mahaffee Quoted in China's Xinhua on The Recent Congressional Battle Over The U.S. Budget

CSPC Director of Policy Dan Mahaffee was quoted in China’s Xinhua on October 19, 2013 in an article discussing the congressional fight over negotiations concerning the federal budget and d

Op-Ed on Secretary of State Kerry's China Challenge by CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns Published in Boston Globe

In an op-ed in the Boston Globe published January 31, 2013, CSPC Trustee Nicholas Burns argues that China poses one of the greatest challenges to the Obama Administration in its second term, and es