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China Digs Deep in Landlocked Laos
April 24, 2019
China Digs Deep in Landlocked Laos
China's presence is growing in strategically located Laos, but the trend is often overlooked.
China Digs Deep in Landlocked Laos
Gotta Serve Somebody? Not Necessarily: Europe in the US-China Crossfire
April 23, 2019
Gotta Serve Somebody? Not Necessarily: Europe in the US-China Crossfire
The EU can carve out its own position vis-a-vis the United States and China.
Gotta Serve Somebody? Not Necessarily: Europe in the US-China Crossfire
Alibaba’s Jack Ma Sparks Debate Over China’s Long Working Hours
April 23, 2019
Alibaba’s Jack Ma Sparks Debate Over China’s Long Working Hours
The long-held expectation of long hours and weekend work is now sparking a backlash.
Alibaba’s Jack Ma Sparks Debate Over China’s Long Working Hours
What Are China’s Plans for its Airborne Corps?
April 20, 2019
What Are China’s Plans for its Airborne Corps?
What the reshuffling of top leadership tells us about the future development of PLA aviation.
What Are China’s Plans for its Airborne Corps?
The Doolittle Raiders and Chinese Revisionist History
April 19, 2019
The Doolittle Raiders and Chinese Revisionist History
Generational censorship left a story of U.S.-China cooperation, bravery, and sacrifice untold.
The Doolittle Raiders and Chinese Revisionist History
Foxconn CEO Terry Gou Says a Sea Goddess Has Told Him to Run for President
April 18, 2019
Foxconn CEO Terry Gou Says a Sea Goddess Has Told Him to Run for President
Gou’s entry into Taiwan’s 2020 presidential race further clutters a field packed with larger-than-life personalities.
Foxconn CEO Terry Gou Says a Sea Goddess Has Told Him to Run for President
Will Xi Jinping Visit North Korea This Year?
April 17, 2019
Will Xi Jinping Visit North Korea This Year?
Whatever Xi decides, it will tell us a lot about the state of both China-North Korea and China-U.S. relations.
Will Xi Jinping Visit North Korea This Year?
Is Europe Finally Rising to the China Challenge?
April 16, 2019
Is Europe Finally Rising to the China Challenge?
Last week’s EU-China summit taught Europe that acting in harmony pays off. But can Europe’s unity last?
Is Europe Finally Rising to the China Challenge?
Malaysia: Revised China Deal Shows Costs Were Inflated
April 16, 2019
Malaysia: Revised China Deal Shows Costs Were Inflated
Prime Minister Mahathir outlines the renegotiated terms for the East Coast Rail Link, to be built and largely funded by China.
Malaysia: Revised China Deal Shows Costs Were Inflated
China’s Surreptitious Economic Influence on Taiwan’s Elections
April 12, 2019
China’s Surreptitious Economic Influence on Taiwan’s Elections
Taiwan’s November elections weren’t directly about cross-strait relations, but that doesn’t mean China had no impact.
China’s Surreptitious Economic Influence on Taiwan’s Elections
Britain Confronts the China Challenge
April 12, 2019
Britain Confronts the China Challenge
A British Parliamentary Report questions the wisdom of proclaiming a “Golden Era” in UK-China relations.
Britain Confronts the China Challenge
China, Myanmar Extol ‘Eternal’ Friendship as Commander-in-Chief Visits Beijing
April 12, 2019
China, Myanmar Extol ‘Eternal’ Friendship as Commander-in-Chief Visits Beijing
Min Aung Hlaing made it clear he appreciates China’s support, and will back the Belt and Road in return.
China, Myanmar Extol ‘Eternal’ Friendship as Commander-in-Chief Visits Beijing
How Hungary’s Path Leads to China’s Belt and Road
April 11, 2019
How Hungary’s Path Leads to China’s Belt and Road
Hungary’s various identities are all pointing in one direction: toward Beijing.
How Hungary’s Path Leads to China’s Belt and Road
To Entice Foreign Firms, China Needs to Do More Than Show Good Intentions
April 10, 2019
To Entice Foreign Firms, China Needs to Do More Than Show Good Intentions
Facing a slowing economy, Beijing is struggling to boost the market confidence of the international business community.
To Entice Foreign Firms, China Needs to Do More Than Show Good Intentions
Hong Kong’s Extradition Changes Tap Into Fears of Diminished Rights
April 10, 2019
Hong Kong’s Extradition Changes Tap Into Fears of Diminished Rights
Proposed changes, which would smooth extraditions to the mainland, must be seen in the broader context of Hong Kong-mainland relations.
Hong Kong’s Extradition Changes Tap Into Fears of Diminished Rights
Are the European Union and China Systemic Rivals?
April 08, 2019
Are the European Union and China Systemic Rivals?
They need not be, but competition is on the rise between them.
Are the European Union and China Systemic Rivals?
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