Research

Trade Bulletin
Quarterly Review of China’s Economy
Trade Bulletin
In Focus: China’s Data Governance
Research
The report examines China’s deepening ties with Iran and the geopolitical constraints on the relationship.
Trade Bulletin
In Focus – Wealth Management
Hearings
This hearing examines the modernization of China’s nuclear capabilities, potential shifts in Chinese nuclear doctrine, scenarios in which China could escalate to nuclear use, and proliferation concerns. The first panel examines China's nuclear weapons stockpile and delivery systems; the nuclear forces' command, control, and communications; and Beijing's use of military-civil fusion to support the nuclear forces. The second panel explores why China seeks to modernize its nuclear forces, changes in Chinese nuclear doctrine, and the possibility of escalation to nuclear use in selected regional contingencies. The final panel assesses the implications of China's growing nuclear capabilities for the United States, the region, and the global nonproliferation regime.
Research
The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission invites submission of proposals to provide a concise, one-time unclassified report on China’s energy requirements, diversification plans, and import and export practices and policies. Proposals must be submitted by June 25, 2021 at 5:30 pm ET.
Research
Unfinished Business
In crafting ECRA, Congress entrusted the U.S. Department of Commerce with implementing its intent for strengthening U.S. export control laws, but the Department of Commerce has, to date, failed to carry out its responsibilities.
Hearings
The hearing examines China's political, economic, and security engagement with Latin America and the Caribbean. The opening panel examines China's overall approach to engagement with Latin American and Caribbean countries, identifies Beijing's main objectives and strategies, and considers their implications for countries in the region as well as the United States. The second panel assesses Chinese economic engagement and competition with the United States in Latin America and the Caribbean, explores Chinese infrastructure investment, development aid, and financing to the region, and discusses China's COVID-19 diplomacy. The third panel analyzes the elements and geopolitical consequences of China's growing security presence and influence in Latin America and the Caribbean, including the PLA's activities, China's involvement in countries' internal security affairs, and China's access to space facilities and other dual-use infrastructure. The fourth panel examines regional case studies to illustrate China's activities and their implications for the United States.
Trade Bulletin
Quarterly Review of China’s Economy
Trade Bulletin
In Focus: Two Sessions and 14th Five-Year Plan