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How China Is Losing the World
September 25, 2018
How China Is Losing the World
China’s over-reach risks creating a wellspring of resistance to its global ambitions.
How China Is Losing the World
China’s Surreptitious Advance in Afghanistan
September 22, 2018
China’s Surreptitious Advance in Afghanistan
Deteriorating Afghan security poses risks for China, so Beijing is quietly building up its presence in the area.
China’s Surreptitious Advance in Afghanistan
What the China-Vatican Deal Means for Taiwan
September 21, 2018
What the China-Vatican Deal Means for Taiwan
A reported agreement could spell trouble for Taipei -- and China's Catholics.
What the China-Vatican Deal Means for Taiwan
US, China Both Remain Defiant as Trade War Deepens
September 20, 2018
US, China Both Remain Defiant as Trade War Deepens
Another $260 billion in total tariffs is set to take effect between the U.S. and China. Both sides are claiming they'll be fine.
US, China Both Remain Defiant as Trade War Deepens
Europe's Answer to China's Belt and Road
September 19, 2018
Europe's Answer to China's Belt and Road
The EU's new Connectivity Strategy is a long overdue response to China's assertive behavior.
Europe's Answer to China's Belt and Road
The ‘De-Extremitization’ Campaign in Xinjiang: A Cure Worse Than the Disease
September 15, 2018
The ‘De-Extremitization’ Campaign in Xinjiang: A Cure Worse Than the Disease
China's repression in Xinjiang is likely to backfire.
The ‘De-Extremitization’ Campaign in Xinjiang: A Cure Worse Than the Disease
Is Europe Finally Pushing Back On Chinese Investments?
September 14, 2018
Is Europe Finally Pushing Back On Chinese Investments?
Germany, France, and the UK are increasing scrutiny of Chinese investment. Will a unified EU approach follow?
Is Europe Finally Pushing Back On Chinese Investments?
Why Is the Chinese Public So Hostile Toward Development Assistance?
September 13, 2018
Why Is the Chinese Public So Hostile Toward Development Assistance?
The announcement of $60 billion in financing for Africa sparked anger at home -- and the government bears the blame.
Why Is the Chinese Public So Hostile Toward Development Assistance?
How 1980 Laid the Groundwork for China’s Major Foreign Policy Challenges
September 12, 2018
How 1980 Laid the Groundwork for China’s Major Foreign Policy Challenges
China’s policies on Afghanistan, Xinjiang, Russia, terrorism, and the trade war – all have their roots in the late Cold War era.
How 1980 Laid the Groundwork for China’s Major Foreign Policy Challenges
Xi Is Attending the Eastern Economic Forum. What Took Him So Long?
September 12, 2018
Xi Is Attending the Eastern Economic Forum. What Took Him So Long?
Other regional leaders have made multiple appearances at the annual event in Vladivostok. This is Xi's first.
Xi Is Attending the Eastern Economic Forum. What Took Him So Long?
China Vows to Protect The Authority of Police
September 11, 2018
China Vows to Protect The Authority of Police
Conflicts between Chinese police and citizens have dramatically increased in recent years.
China Vows to Protect The Authority of Police
Is the US Ready to Stand Up for Taiwan Against China?
September 10, 2018
Is the US Ready to Stand Up for Taiwan Against China?
The U.S. recalls diplomats in three nations that recently switched allegiance from Taipei to Beijing.
Is the US Ready to Stand Up for Taiwan Against China?
China Debates the Belt and Road
September 08, 2018
China Debates the Belt and Road
What do Chinese analysts say about China’s biggest foreign policy initiative?
China Debates the Belt and Road
Xi to Meet Putin at Russia’s Eastern Economic Forum Amid Tensions With US
September 07, 2018
Xi to Meet Putin at Russia’s Eastern Economic Forum Amid Tensions With US
It will be the third time both leaders meet in this year.
Xi to Meet Putin at Russia’s Eastern Economic Forum Amid Tensions With US
British Loot and China’s Belt and Road
September 07, 2018
British Loot and China’s Belt and Road
Does the past augur the future?
British Loot and China’s Belt and Road
UN Calls Emergency Meeting to Curb African Swine Fever Outbreak in China
September 06, 2018
UN Calls Emergency Meeting to Curb African Swine Fever Outbreak in China
In one month, China has confirmed nine cases of African swine fever across the country.
UN Calls Emergency Meeting to Curb African Swine Fever Outbreak in China
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