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Is China Done With Salami Slicing?
May 01, 2021

Is China Done With Salami Slicing?

By Tobias Burgers and Scott Romaniuk
Beijing appears to have given up its incremental strategy in favor of more sizable power grabs.

China Takes Aim at UK Ambassador Over Media Freedom Post
March 17, 2021

China Takes Aim at UK Ambassador Over Media Freedom Post

By Bonnie Girard
British Ambassador to China Caroline Wilson learns the hard way how prickly Beijing is, even to sympathetic criticisms.
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.

The Continuing Mystery of the Belt and Road
March 06, 2021

The Continuing Mystery of the Belt and Road

By Yuan Jiang
There are still competing theories and explanations of what China's signature foreign policy platform actually means.

The 3 Pillars of Chinese Foreign Policy: The State, the Party, the People
February 03, 2021

The 3 Pillars of Chinese Foreign Policy: The State, the Party, the People

By Connor Fiddler
China’s foreign policy apparatus is much more than just the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

China’s Xi Champions Multilateralism at Davos, Again
January 26, 2021

China’s Xi Champions Multilateralism at Davos, Again

By Eleanor Albert
Once again, China's leader addressed the World Economic Forum to outline his vision for global governance.

China Is Expanding Its Foreign Policy Vision. Is Latin America Ready?
January 16, 2021

China Is Expanding Its Foreign Policy Vision. Is Latin America Ready?

By Isabel Bernhard
A more expansive Chinese foreign policy after 2021 will have political and economic implications for its Western Hemispheric partners.
To China, Spades Are Trumps
January 09, 2021

To China, Spades Are Trumps

By Harry Harding
China has inherited the confidence of Khrushchev’s famous declaration to the West: “We will bury you.”

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.

No, China Doesn’t Think Decades Ahead in Its Diplomacy
October 07, 2020

No, China Doesn’t Think Decades Ahead in Its Diplomacy

By Andreea Brînză
China’s foreign policy reflects short or medium term planning, far from the myth of generational or centennial timelines.

Less Than the Sum of Its Parts: China’s ‘Negative Competition’ in the Middle East
September 29, 2020

Less Than the Sum of Its Parts: China’s ‘Negative Competition’ in the Middle East

By Scott J. Harr
China’s approach to the Middle East, predicated on a misunderstanding of U.S. strategies, is deeply flawed.
China’s Two-Pronged Diplomacy
September 12, 2020

China’s Two-Pronged Diplomacy

By Brian Wong
A charm offensive or wolf warrior diplomacy? Both, actually, are a key part of China's diplomatic strategy.

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