Can China Tip the Scales in the Palestine-Israel Peace Process?
By Muzaffar Ahmad Noori Bajwa
Beijing’s strategic partnership with Palestine and its potential to mediate the conflict challenges U.S. dominance in the region.
After Iran-Saudi Mediation, China Angles for Another Diplomatic Victory in Yemen
By Ladislav Charouz
A recent flurry of diplomatic activity shows China’s eagerness to score soft-power points – and to gain a foothold for investments in Yemen’s post-war reconstruction.
What Would China’s Mediation in the Ukraine Crisis Look Like?
By Yang Jiang
China’s past diplomatic efforts provide precedents and options for a more involved role in peacemaking in Ukraine.
China’s Approach to Mediating Middle Eastern Conflicts
By Poornima Balasubramanian
Beijing is taking more initiative in regional crises, but still prefers conflict management over conflict resolution.
Peacekeeping With Chinese Characteristics
By Jayshree Borah
China just issued its first white paper on U.N. Peacekeeping Operations. What does it tell us about the Chinese approach to peacekeeping and peace-building?
China’s New Era of Diplomacy: Engaging in Syria
By Moritz Rudolf
Efforts to mediate in the Syria conflict represent a departure from China’s traditionally cautious diplomacy.