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China’s APEC Diplomacy
August 30, 2014
China’s APEC Diplomacy
From India and the US to Japan and Taiwan, the 2014 APEC summit presents interesting diplomatic opportunities for China.
China’s APEC Diplomacy
China Hosts SCO’s Largest-Ever Military Drills
August 29, 2014
China Hosts SCO’s Largest-Ever Military Drills
The anti-terrorism drills involved troops from China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
China Hosts SCO’s Largest-Ever Military Drills
Xi in Mongolia: Trade, Security, and Neighborhood Diplomacy
August 22, 2014
Xi in Mongolia: Trade, Security, and Neighborhood Diplomacy
Xi Jinping boosted economic and political ties with Mongolia, showcasing China's "neighborhood diplomacy."
Xi in Mongolia: Trade, Security, and Neighborhood Diplomacy
Xi’s Mongolia Trip a Signal to China’s Neighbors
August 22, 2014
Xi’s Mongolia Trip a Signal to China’s Neighbors
Beijing is attempting to improve regional relations in the run up to November’s APEC summit.
Xi’s Mongolia Trip a Signal to China’s Neighbors
Pope Francis: Modest Diplomatic Gains in Asia
August 20, 2014
Pope Francis: Modest Diplomatic Gains in Asia
The diplomatic breakthroughs were small but steady during the pope's first visit to the region.
Pope Francis: Modest Diplomatic Gains in Asia
VJ Day in China
August 15, 2014
VJ Day in China
Plus, more Snowden revelations, a Central Asia-focused military drill, and Pope Francis' message to China. Friday links
VJ Day in China
Can China Stomach an Independent Kurdistan?
August 15, 2014
Can China Stomach an Independent Kurdistan?
Beijing may have to make some tough choices when it comes to Kurdish independence.
Can China Stomach an Independent Kurdistan?
Xi Jinping to Visit Mongolia
August 14, 2014
Xi Jinping to Visit Mongolia
Xi Jinping will be the first Chinese president to visit Mongolia in over a decade.
Xi Jinping to Visit Mongolia
Imagining U.S.-China Relations Under (President) Hillary Clinton
July 30, 2014
Imagining U.S.-China Relations Under (President) Hillary Clinton
Should Hillary Clinton become president in 2016, her negative reputation in China might be a problem.
Imagining U.S.-China Relations Under (President) Hillary Clinton
Australia Out of Step With Asia on Israel-Palestine
July 25, 2014
Australia Out of Step With Asia on Israel-Palestine
Canberra’s strong and vocal support for Israel has it at odds with many of its neighbors.
Australia Out of Step With Asia on Israel-Palestine
India’s Space Diplomacy
July 25, 2014
India’s Space Diplomacy
The country’s burgeoning space sector could be a useful foreign policy tool.
India’s Space Diplomacy
The Japan-Mongolia FTA Is About Cars, Minerals and Abductees
July 23, 2014
The Japan-Mongolia FTA Is About Cars, Minerals and Abductees
Comparative advantages and Mongolian diplomatic ties with the DPRK are key factors.
The Japan-Mongolia FTA Is About Cars, Minerals and Abductees
China and Strategic Imbalance
July 14, 2014
China and Strategic Imbalance
‘This is the decade of power transitions in Asia.’
China and Strategic Imbalance
Afghanistan: Wealthy But Unprepared
July 13, 2014
Afghanistan: Wealthy But Unprepared
Afghanistan’s natural resources require a well-planned, long-term strategy. Can it come up with one?
Afghanistan: Wealthy But Unprepared
US Repatriates Mongolian Dinosaur Fossils
July 11, 2014
US Repatriates Mongolian Dinosaur Fossils
Over 30 fossils were returned to the Mongolian government.
US Repatriates Mongolian Dinosaur Fossils
Mongolia Hosts Exercise Khaan Quest 2014
July 01, 2014
Mongolia Hosts Exercise Khaan Quest 2014
The exercise involves over 1,000 troops with 23 nations observing or participating in the drill.
Mongolia Hosts Exercise Khaan Quest 2014
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