Putting Practice Into Theory: China’s IR Scholars Enter the Limelight
By Joseph Cash
Chinese academics are ushering in a new school of thought concerning China’s role in international affairs – one that is particularly attractive to the developing world.
Beijing Bars Independent Intellectuals From Attending Harvard Events on China’s Reform and Opening
By Charlotte Gao
While Chinese leaders vow to deepen reform and opening-up, the Chinese government seems to be doing the opposite.
China Debates the Belt and Road
By Hannah Feldshuh
What do Chinese analysts say about China’s biggest foreign policy initiative?
China and the Geopolitics of Knowledge: Winning the Long Game
By Dawisson Belém Lopes
Beijing has proven itself adept at playing the long game, and its efforts are coming to fruition.
How Can China’s Intellectuals Be Managed?
By David Gitter
How China's United Front Work Department tries to channel input from non-party intellectuals.
The Walls Between China and the World
By Yang Hengjun
The Great Firewall isn't the only obstacle to mutual understanding between China and the world.