China Sends Military Drones to DRC Amid Fears of Regional War
By Robert Bociaga
The DRC has purchased Chinese attack drones, raising concerns about China’s role in exacerbating the DRC-Rwanda conflict.
Amid Russia-Ukraine War, China Could Dominate the Value Arms Market
By Vasabjit Banerjee and Benjamin Tkach
If Russian arms exports decline in the wake of its invasion of Ukraine, China stands to benefit – unless the U.S. moves to prevent it.
How to Jumpstart a Dialogue With China on Arms Control
By Samuel M. Hickey
Engaging China in talks for its accession to the Missile Technology Control Regime could open the way for broader arms control talks.
The China-US Arms Trade Arms Race
By Jacob Parakilas
For all its military technology advances, China remains far behind the U.S. in arms exports. The example of Nigeria helps explain why.
The Middle East: An Emerging Market for Chinese Arms Exports
By Alvite Ningthoujam
China remains a marginal player in the region's arms market, but its presence is steadily growing.
What Are the Implications of China’s Growing Security Role in Central Asia?
By Ian J.Lynch
China’s rise in Central Asia has been swift.
Pakistan’s New Generation of Chinese Warships
By Scott N. Romaniuk and Tobias Burgers
The upgrade is noticeable but will not change the disparity between the Pakistani and Indian navies.
China's Growing Security Relationship With Qatar
By Samuel Ramani
Despite a chill between Qatar and other GCC members, China pushes to expand counterterrorism cooperation.
Military-Industrial Triangle: Russia, Ukraine, and China
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Sarah Kirchberger.