As Congress considers legislation to bolster the ability of the United States to compete with China, lawmakers should sharpen provisions that have raised concerns for the CCP in Chinese-language commentary on the bills. Doing so will help ensure the final law prioritizes policies that have the highest competitive payoff. Read FAL's recommendations.
Published May 12, 2022
Five years have passed since Washington declared China as its primary national-security challenge. Xi Jinping’s approach to Putin’s war underscores the need to get this competition right. Read FAL's six principles for China competition.
Published April 21, 2022