The Rise and Fall of China’s Wolf Warrior Diplomacy
By Duan Xiaolin and Liu Yitong
China’s shift toward coercive diplomacy has domestic sources that are important to consider, even as the government signals a new approach.
China Won Over Southeast Asia During the Pandemic
By Dominique Fraser and Richard Maude
The United States failed to match Beijing’s intense, coordinated diplomacy across Southeast Asia during the COVID-19 crisis.
Is China Really Embracing ‘Wolf Warrior’ Diplomacy?
By Dingding Chen
China’s pugnacious diplomatic action is a counter-attack in a specific situation, not a new normal.
Welcome to the New Era of Chinese Government Disinformation
By Sarah Cook
The coronavirus fallout is hastening Beijing’s shift toward covert, Russian-style tactics.
Amid a Pandemic, China Ramps Up Maritime ‘Micro-Aggressions’
By Ben Lowsen
Beijing is putting up a brash front to hide its growing insecurity.
Will COVID-19 Be a Blessing in Disguise for the Belt and Road?
By Xianbai Ji
The hiatus afforded by COVID-19 provides an opportunity for China to contemplate ways to bring about an improved BRI 2.0.
COVID-19: A ‘Reckoning’ for UK-China Relations?
By Niall Gray
“China hawks” are gaining strength as the United Kingdom struggles with the fallout of the new coronavirus.