Heine Discusses U.S.-China Tensions Over Taiwan
Ambassador Heine argues that, although China’s military exercises around Taiwan have been the largest and most wide-ranging ever, they do not portend an attack on the island in the short or medium term.
Shifrinson Quoted on Biden’s Off-the-Cuff Global Pronouncements
President Biden’s assertion that the U.S would defend Taiwan if attacked by China quickly drew ire from China and clarification from his cabinet, but was this a gaffe or part of a two-level game? Professor Shifrinson comments.
Heine Quoted on Degrees of Global Response to Ukraine Crisis
“Many countries in South America, Africa, and Asia…don’t want to be pushed into a position that would go against their own interests, economic or otherwise.”
Heine Interviewed on AUKUS and Evolving Indo-Pacific Strategy
Ambassador Heine discusses the AUKUS alliance, how it will counter China’s advances in the Indo-Pacific, and how the U.S.’s prominent return to the world stage under President Joe Biden’s leadership has been received by international allies.