US President Joe Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi listen to their national anthems during a welcoming ceremony for Modi on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC, on June 22, 2023. (Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images)
The China Center studies the ideological, structural, and long-term domestic and international forces shaping China’s political and military ambitions.
The current China challenge to the free world is decades in the making. The China Center at Hudson Institute studies the ideological, structural, and long-term domestic and international forces at play in shaping China’s strategic intent, sharp power capabilities, and weaknesses and vulnerabilities, with the central goal of engendering America’s value-based, non-partisan, sound and effective responses to the China challenge.
Under the leadership of Hudson Senior Fellow Dr. Miles Yu, who previously served as the senior China policy and planning advisor at the State Department, the China Center will bring together leading China experts, policy makers, and national leaders to solidify and extend the non-partisan national consensus on America’s approach to China. Hudson Distinguished Fellow and former Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo serves as chair of the Center’s advisory board.