The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
July 22, 2014
The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
President Xi Jinping and Premier Narendra Modi are seeking a detente. But will it last?
The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
China’s Goals in South America
July 18, 2014
China’s Goals in South America
China's main goals in South America are economic, but it also hopes to win public and political support.
China’s Goals in South America
Xi’s Transformational Diplomacy and Strategic Competence
July 17, 2014
Xi’s Transformational Diplomacy and Strategic Competence
Xi is harnessing China’s growing strength for a peaceful ascendance as a rising global power.
Xi’s Transformational Diplomacy and Strategic Competence
China's Defense of BRICS
July 16, 2014
China's Defense of BRICS
Chinese media argues that the BRICS grouping is still relevant and growing in importance.
China's Defense of BRICS
Modi-Xi Fortaleza Meet: A Promising Start
July 16, 2014
Modi-Xi Fortaleza Meet: A Promising Start
Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping met in Fortaleza, Brazil, ahead of the BRICS Summit.
Modi-Xi Fortaleza Meet: A Promising Start
First Xi-Modi Meeting Sets Tone for China-India Relations
July 15, 2014
First Xi-Modi Meeting Sets Tone for China-India Relations
The first meeting between Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi continued to positive momentum in China-India relations.
First Xi-Modi Meeting Sets Tone for China-India Relations
The Implications of China’s Anti-Corruption Drive
July 15, 2014
The Implications of China’s Anti-Corruption Drive
The West should worry about a campaign that makes an autocratic regime with revisionist intent more effective.
The Implications of China’s Anti-Corruption Drive
Why Xi Jinping Is China's Putin
July 15, 2014
Why Xi Jinping Is China's Putin
Putin is similar to Xi Jinping, in both policies and temperament. What does Putin's Russia tell us about Xi's China?
Why Xi Jinping Is China's Putin
US-China Dialogue: Road to Nowhere?
July 12, 2014
US-China Dialogue: Road to Nowhere?
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck discuss the outcomes of the U.S.-China S&ED and Afghanistan's electoral crisis.
US-China Dialogue: Road to Nowhere?
China’s Changing Position on Japan’s History: The Abe Factor
July 12, 2014
China’s Changing Position on Japan’s History: The Abe Factor
What role has Japan's leadership played in conditioning Chinese policy towards Tokyo?
China’s Changing Position on Japan’s History: The Abe Factor
During US-China Talks, Xi Welcomes Russian Official
July 10, 2014
During US-China Talks, Xi Welcomes Russian Official
Even as the U.S.-China S&ED opened, Xi Jinping met with the chief of Russia's presidential administration.
During US-China Talks, Xi Welcomes Russian Official
Imbalance Drives the Sino-Japan Split
July 09, 2014
Imbalance Drives the Sino-Japan Split
Militarism could exacerbate problems already emerging in their drifting economic ties.
Imbalance Drives the Sino-Japan Split
China and Germany's 'Special Relationship'
July 08, 2014
China and Germany's 'Special Relationship'
Angela Merkel is in China this week to deepen ties between Berlin and Beijing.
China and Germany's 'Special Relationship'
Is a China-South Korea Alliance Possible?
July 08, 2014
Is a China-South Korea Alliance Possible?
Though unlikely in the short run, a Sino-South Korean alliance is a real possibility down the line.
Is a China-South Korea Alliance Possible?
China’s Charm Offensive Toward South Korea
July 08, 2014
China’s Charm Offensive Toward South Korea
China's charm offensive toward South Korea could have implications for the U.S.-ROK alliance.
China’s Charm Offensive Toward South Korea
Marking WW2 Anniversary, Xi Targets Modern Japan
July 07, 2014
Marking WW2 Anniversary, Xi Targets Modern Japan
The rhetoric surrounding the 77th anniversary of the Sino-Japanese War has modern-day implications.
Marking WW2 Anniversary, Xi Targets Modern Japan
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