China and Japan's 'Double Cold' Trap
November 01, 2014
China and Japan's 'Double Cold' Trap
Crisis control should be the top priority in Sino-Japanese relations.
China and Japan's 'Double Cold' Trap
China's 4th Plenum: Rule of Law Under the Party
November 01, 2014
China's 4th Plenum: Rule of Law Under the Party
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck are joined by Shannon Tiezzi to discuss China's fourth plenum.
China's 4th Plenum: Rule of Law Under the Party
Afghanistan and China Open a New Chapter
October 29, 2014
Afghanistan and China Open a New Chapter
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is in China for his first trip abroad as president.
Afghanistan and China Open a New Chapter
Xi Jinping Turns the Screws on Taiwan
October 29, 2014
Xi Jinping Turns the Screws on Taiwan
The government in Beijing is upping its pressure on Taiwan's Ma Ying-jeou as he nears the end of his presidency.
Xi Jinping Turns the Screws on Taiwan
The Japan-China Defense Hotline’s Growing Importance
October 28, 2014
The Japan-China Defense Hotline’s Growing Importance
The Japan-U.S. defense guidelines update is necessitating dialogue in the East China Sea.
The Japan-China Defense Hotline’s Growing Importance
Japan’s Chances at APEC Summit
October 27, 2014
Japan’s Chances at APEC Summit
How successful will Abe be in meeting with his three big targets at the summit?
Japan’s Chances at APEC Summit
The Myth of India as a Great Power
October 25, 2014
The Myth of India as a Great Power
Plus, Fukuyama on dealing with China and Xi Jinping as China’s new imperial president. Pacific Realist links.
The Myth of India as a Great Power
China’s Mixed Growth Forecasts
October 23, 2014
China’s Mixed Growth Forecasts
The more conservative estimates of China’s future economic growth may underestimate its capacity to reform.
China’s Mixed Growth Forecasts
The Future of China and Russia: Can a David Fracture a Goliath?
October 23, 2014
The Future of China and Russia: Can a David Fracture a Goliath?
Proponents of democracy have reason to hope that history is on their side.
The Future of China and Russia: Can a David Fracture a Goliath?
Is the Senkaku/Diaoyu Dispute Headed Toward Stability?
October 23, 2014
Is the Senkaku/Diaoyu Dispute Headed Toward Stability?
Ankit Panda is joined by Shannon Tiezzi, The Diplomat's China editor, to discuss the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands dispute.
Is the Senkaku/Diaoyu Dispute Headed Toward Stability?
Afghan President to Visit China on First Trip Abroad
October 23, 2014
Afghan President to Visit China on First Trip Abroad
President Ashraf Ghani will visit China from October 28 - 31 on his first formal trip abroad.
Afghan President to Visit China on First Trip Abroad
Could China's 'Rule of Law' Lead to Constitutionalism?
October 23, 2014
Could China's 'Rule of Law' Lead to Constitutionalism?
Official proclamations about the Fourth Plenum include intriguing references to limiting political power.
Could China's 'Rule of Law' Lead to Constitutionalism?
A Closer Look at China’s Military Modernization
October 22, 2014
A Closer Look at China’s Military Modernization
Dr. Phillip Saunders joins The Diplomat to take a closer look about China’s military modernization.
A Closer Look at China’s Military Modernization
4th Plenum: Rule of Law with Chinese Characteristics
October 20, 2014
4th Plenum: Rule of Law with Chinese Characteristics
The CCP is focusing on the rule of law because it wants to reign in local officials.
4th Plenum: Rule of Law with Chinese Characteristics
Japan Caves to China on Senkaku Island Dispute
October 18, 2014
Japan Caves to China on Senkaku Island Dispute
To secure a meeting with Xi, Japanese PM Abe caved to China's long-standing demand on the East China Sea dispute.
Japan Caves to China on Senkaku Island Dispute
'Moral Art,' Mao Zedong, and the CCP's Quest for Soft Power
October 17, 2014
'Moral Art,' Mao Zedong, and the CCP's Quest for Soft Power
Xi's Maoist vision for control over Chinese art is at odds with China's quest to expand its cultural influence abroad.
'Moral Art,' Mao Zedong, and the CCP's Quest for Soft Power
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