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Deep Dive Projects Unpacking Multiple Issues

The U.S.-China relationship touches on a number of spheres, including but not limited to, trade, security, human rights, technology, and health. This, combined with the increased economic role of China in international affairs, means that clients' businesses may suffer disruption because of wider, systemic disruptions within this critical bilateral relationship. Below are examples of completed Pacific Strategic Intelligence client projects touching on just a few of these domains.




U.S.-China tech competition is intensifying, embodied by the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 (CSA) and the Chip 4 Alliance. Pacific Strategic Intelligence sought the perspectives of industry’s current thought leaders, U.S. policy makers, and experts to elicit potential opportunities and challenges as a result of a U.S.-led Chip 4 alliance.




U.S.-Taiwan relations, both economically and politically, continue to be a critical component of overall U.S.-China relations.  Pacific Strategic Intelligence reported on how the U.S.' Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) negotiating strategy continues to be impacted by adherence​ to it's One-China policy.




The Russia-Ukraine War has pushed the U.S. to not appear weak with respect to China on the Taiwan issue. Pacific Strategic Intelligence analyzed the competing viewpoints between the Executive and Legislative Branches, as well as diverse international perspectives, on this highly-critical topic.​

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