Category Archives: Policy & Geopolitics

Xi Jinping’s “War on the West”: Managing Global Transformation and Changing Rules of Competition

Fresh US-China bilateral conflict sparked by China’s challenge to established rules of global competition poses a growing threat – particularly over the next 18 months as US elections loom. Avoiding crisis requires that Western policy makers and executives urgently develop deeper objective insight on China’s future global role and dispassionately reappraise the three pillars that … Continue reading Xi Jinping’s “War on the West”: Managing Global Transformation and Changing Rules of Competition

Rising Conflict with China: Anticipating Risk in the Asian Century

Rising Conflict with China

Rising geopolitical tension between China and other countries has the potential to suddenly and severely impact corporate growth and profitability. China’s economic ascendency will generate ever-increasing conflict with its immediate neighbors and with the leading powers of the last century, particularly the US.  Understanding forces at work, anticipating inevitable threats and discerning the real business … Continue reading Rising Conflict with China: Anticipating Risk in the Asian Century