How China Complicates the Iranian Nuclear Talks
November 25, 2014
How China Complicates the Iranian Nuclear Talks
Chinese engagement with Tehran strengthens Iran's bargaining position at its talks with the P5+1.
How China Complicates the Iranian Nuclear Talks
Cracks Emerge in Hong Kong Protests
November 22, 2014
Cracks Emerge in Hong Kong Protests
Plus, Chinese banks and Iran's Quds forces, Taiwan's upcoming elections, and cross-strait relations. Friday China links.
Cracks Emerge in Hong Kong Protests
China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Cleaning Up the PLA’s House
November 21, 2014
China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Cleaning Up the PLA’s House
Chinese President Xi Jinping has been cautious about taking on “tigers” in China’s military.
China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Cleaning Up the PLA’s House
Attack of the KMT Dinosaurs
November 21, 2014
Attack of the KMT Dinosaurs
To survive in Taiwan, the KMT needs to let go of its past.
Attack of the KMT Dinosaurs
China Responds to North Korea's Nuclear Threat
November 21, 2014
China Responds to North Korea's Nuclear Threat
China will support North Korea against UN human rights investigations -- but will not back a new nuclear test.
China Responds to North Korea's Nuclear Threat
China’s Hearts-and-Minds Policy in Taiwan
November 20, 2014
China’s Hearts-and-Minds Policy in Taiwan
A low-pressure policy to expand cross-Strait ties may be China’s only choice for unification.
China’s Hearts-and-Minds Policy in Taiwan
In New Plan, China Eyes 2020 Energy Cap
November 20, 2014
In New Plan, China Eyes 2020 Energy Cap
In the new 2014-2020 energy plan, China eyes both clean energy and energy self-sufficiency.
In New Plan, China Eyes 2020 Energy Cap
The Internet with Chinese Characteristics
November 20, 2014
The Internet with Chinese Characteristics
At the World Internet Conference, China outlines its vision for global internet governance.
The Internet with Chinese Characteristics
Why China Still Needs Deng Xiaoping
November 19, 2014
Why China Still Needs Deng Xiaoping
Particularly in foreign policy, China should be careful not to abandon Deng's productive approach.
Why China Still Needs Deng Xiaoping
China, Russia Seek Expanded Defense Cooperation
November 19, 2014
China, Russia Seek Expanded Defense Cooperation
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu is in Beijing for a visit.
China, Russia Seek Expanded Defense Cooperation
China's Prescription for Troubled Xinjiang: The New Silk Road
November 19, 2014
China's Prescription for Troubled Xinjiang: The New Silk Road
The Silk Road plan has important domestic ramifications for China's restive Xinjiang province.
China's Prescription for Troubled Xinjiang: The New Silk Road
China’s Overseas Anti-Corruption Efforts Nets 288 Suspects
November 18, 2014
China’s Overseas Anti-Corruption Efforts Nets 288 Suspects
At APEC and beyond, China is making anti-corruption a key part of its diplomatic efforts.
China’s Overseas Anti-Corruption Efforts Nets 288 Suspects
China’s Free Trade Bonanza
November 18, 2014
China’s Free Trade Bonanza
In the past two weeks, China has successfully concluded FTA negotiations with South Korea and Australia.
China’s Free Trade Bonanza
The New Silk Road: China Reclaims Its Crown
November 18, 2014
The New Silk Road: China Reclaims Its Crown
China's New Silk Road idea has echoes of the ancient past, where China was the center of the world.
The New Silk Road: China Reclaims Its Crown
Economic Diplomacy Alone Won’t Make China a Leader
November 16, 2014
Economic Diplomacy Alone Won’t Make China a Leader
'If it wants to lead, China needs to convince its neighbours that it doesn’t pose a threat to their fundamental security interests.'
Economic Diplomacy Alone Won’t Make China a Leader
Obama’s Big China Win at APEC: Not What You Think
November 15, 2014
Obama’s Big China Win at APEC: Not What You Think
The climate deal was not insignificant, but it is not the real takeaway from APEC.
Obama’s Big China Win at APEC: Not What You Think
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