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Chinese Views of the US and Russia After the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
May 14, 2022

Chinese Views of the US and Russia After the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

By Richard Q. Turcsanyi
A new survey taken after the Russian invasion of Ukraine finds that the Chinese are very negative about the U.S., very positive about Russia – and very confident about China.

A Former Chinese Ambassador’s Trenchant Comments on Ukraine War Attract Notice
May 12, 2022

A Former Chinese Ambassador’s Trenchant Comments on Ukraine War Attract Notice

By Lizzi C. Lee
Career diplomat Gao Yusheng spoke openly about how disastrous the war has been for Russia, but his comments have since been quietly deleted.
Russia’s Stalled Invasion of Ukraine: Lessons for China’s Leaders
April 06, 2022

Russia’s Stalled Invasion of Ukraine: Lessons for China’s Leaders

By Zi Yang
Russia’s Ukraine invasion holds important takeaways for China about elite politics, foreign policy, and military affairs.

What Would China’s Mediation in the Ukraine Crisis Look Like?
March 16, 2022

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.

Is China Putting ‘Wolf Warriors’ on a Leash?
January 22, 2022

Is China Putting ‘Wolf Warriors’ on a Leash?

By Aidan Powers-Riggs and Eduardo Jaramillo
Recent signs indicate that Beijing wants to moderate – but not abandon – the assertive tone of its diplomats.

China’s AUKUS Response Highlights Beijing’s Bunker Mentality
September 30, 2021

China’s AUKUS Response Highlights Beijing’s Bunker Mentality

By Bonnie Girard
Beijing seems completely unwilling – or unable – to consider its own actions might be feeding the “China containment” push.

China’s Xi, Like Biden Hours Earlier, Turns to Calm Language in UN Remarks
September 23, 2021

China’s Xi, Like Biden Hours Earlier, Turns to Calm Language in UN Remarks

By Ted Anthony
In a pre-recorded speech, Xi reiterated China’s commitment to “dialogue and cooperation” and refrained from criticizing the U.S. by name.
At 100 Years Old, China’s Communist Party Still Can’t Get Along with Its Next-Door Neighbors
June 26, 2021

At 100 Years Old, China’s Communist Party Still Can’t Get Along with Its Next-Door Neighbors

By Bonnie Girard
Central Asian governments might be cozy with Beijing, but Central Asian people continue to protest China's rising influence.

China Holds Slimmed-Down Belt and Road Conference
June 25, 2021

China Holds Slimmed-Down Belt and Road Conference

By Shannon Tiezzi
At least 29 countries attended China's virtual “Asia and Pacific High-level Conference on Belt and Road Cooperation.”

It’s Official: China’s Longtime Ambassador to the US Is Leaving
June 23, 2021

It’s Official: China’s Longtime Ambassador to the US Is Leaving

By Shannon Tiezzi
Cui Tiankai announced his imminent departure this week. What does that mean for the China-U.S. relationship?

What Do Chinese People Think of Developed Countries? 2021 Edition
March 13, 2021

What Do Chinese People Think of Developed Countries? 2021 Edition

By Adam Y. Liu, Xiaojun Li, and Songying Fang
A new survey shows small but important changes after the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
What Is Behind China’s Diplomacy of Indignation?
November 13, 2020

What Is Behind China’s Diplomacy of Indignation?

By Andreas B. Forsby
China’s emotional assertiveness has a long history, but recently the government has begun targeting even non-state actors.

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