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What Protests in Algeria and Sudan Mean for China
March 08, 2019
What Protests in Algeria and Sudan Mean for China
Given the historical and economic importance of Algeria and Sudan to China, Beijing will be watching the current protests carefully.
What Protests in Algeria and Sudan Mean for China
What China’s Greater Bay Area Plan Means for Taiwan
March 08, 2019
What China’s Greater Bay Area Plan Means for Taiwan
China’s plan for Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao integration demonstrates the “One Country, Two Systems” model for Taiwan.
What China’s Greater Bay Area Plan Means for Taiwan
As Kim Jong Un Crossed China, Did He Like What He Saw?
March 08, 2019
As Kim Jong Un Crossed China, Did He Like What He Saw?
Kim’s train ride through China would have sent mixed signals about the country’s development model.
As Kim Jong Un Crossed China, Did He Like What He Saw?
China’s Pension System Is Not Aging Well
March 06, 2019
China’s Pension System Is Not Aging Well
There may be more pressing issues, but the simmering pension crisis cannot be put on the back burner for much longer.
China’s Pension System Is Not Aging Well
KMT’s Cross-Strait Peace Treaty Idea Sparks Controversy in Taiwan
March 06, 2019
KMT’s Cross-Strait Peace Treaty Idea Sparks Controversy in Taiwan
KMT chairman Wu Den-yih’s idea of a cross-strait peace agreement did not go over well.
KMT’s Cross-Strait Peace Treaty Idea Sparks Controversy in Taiwan
At Two Sessions, China Seeks to Bolster Cooling Economy
March 06, 2019
At Two Sessions, China Seeks to Bolster Cooling Economy
Beijing is keeping to a high growth target, while adopting new measures to grease economic wheels.
At Two Sessions, China Seeks to Bolster Cooling Economy
As China’s Economy Continues to Slow, Stimulus Rears Its Head
March 05, 2019
As China’s Economy Continues to Slow, Stimulus Rears Its Head
After more bad economic news, China’s commitment to deleveraging comes under pressure.
As China’s Economy Continues to Slow, Stimulus Rears Its Head
Can China Remake Its Image in the Middle East?
March 04, 2019
Can China Remake Its Image in the Middle East?
Amid the staples of trade and investment, energy, and the BRI, China is exploring a new paradigm of relations with the region.
Can China Remake Its Image in the Middle East?
China’s Vision for the Belt and Road in South Asia
March 02, 2019
China’s Vision for the Belt and Road in South Asia
What progress has the BRI made in South Asia thus far?
China’s Vision for the Belt and Road in South Asia
Why China Isn't Mourning the Collapse of the Trump-Kim Summit
March 01, 2019
Why China Isn't Mourning the Collapse of the Trump-Kim Summit
Beijing remains upbeat even after an early end to the Hanoi summit, and for good reason.
Why China Isn't Mourning the Collapse of the Trump-Kim Summit
From Pyongyang to Hanoi: Kim Jong Un’s Long March Through China
February 28, 2019
From Pyongyang to Hanoi: Kim Jong Un’s Long March Through China
As Trump and Kim meet in Hanoi, don't forget about China's resurgent ties with North Korea and Vietnam.
From Pyongyang to Hanoi: Kim Jong Un’s Long March Through China
How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry
February 27, 2019
How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry
Chinese investments and technology are proving a powerful lure for Latin American countries.
How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry
China’s Rise in the Middle East: Beyond Economics
February 25, 2019
China’s Rise in the Middle East: Beyond Economics
As China’s economic leadership grows, can it keep aloof from tangled regional politics and security issues?
China’s Rise in the Middle East: Beyond Economics
Chinese President and Saudi Crown Prince Hold a ‘Win-Win’ Meeting
February 23, 2019
Chinese President and Saudi Crown Prince Hold a ‘Win-Win’ Meeting
China and Saudi Arabia plan to expand cooperation on a wide variety of fields, including counterterrorism.
Chinese President and Saudi Crown Prince Hold a ‘Win-Win’ Meeting
China’s Top Anti-Corruption Organ Declares Safeguarding Xi's Status Its Top Priority
February 23, 2019
China’s Top Anti-Corruption Organ Declares Safeguarding Xi's Status Its Top Priority
Both the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the new National Supervisory Commission are first and foremost political organs.
China’s Top Anti-Corruption Organ Declares Safeguarding Xi's Status Its Top Priority
How the US-China Tech Wars Will Impact the Developing World
February 23, 2019
How the US-China Tech Wars Will Impact the Developing World
If an “economic iron curtain” falls, it will be in areas like the Middle East and Africa.
How the US-China Tech Wars Will Impact the Developing World
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