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Containing China’s Maritime Power: A Question of Capability and Intent
September 28, 2022

Containing China’s Maritime Power: A Question of Capability and Intent

By Paul D. Scott and Mark S. Cogan
China’s foreign policy assertiveness and the posturing of “wolf warrior diplomacy” have generated serious concerns about Beijing's intentions – especially at sea.

Xi Jinping’s Endgame for America
September 09, 2022

Xi Jinping’s Endgame for America

By Ian Easton
Xi’s speeches make clear that he is committed to spreading China’s model of communism around the world.
China’s Poor Global Image Is Undermining Its Strategic Goals
July 22, 2022

China’s Poor Global Image Is Undermining Its Strategic Goals

By Joshua Kurlantzick
From Europe and North America to the Global South, trust in Beijing has rapidly deteriorated over the past few years.

Chinese FM Pledges Progress on South China Sea Code of Conduct
July 13, 2022

Chinese FM Pledges Progress on South China Sea Code of Conduct

By Sebastian Strangio
In Malaysia, the last stop on his five-nation tour of Southeast Asia, Wang Yi said that "no one can separate" China and the nations of Southeast Asia.

How Engaged Was China at the Shangri-La Dialogue?
June 16, 2022

How Engaged Was China at the Shangri-La Dialogue?

By Mark S. Cogan
At this year's Dialogue, Chinese officials were strident and defensive – but it's better to have Beijing in than out.

China’s Charm Offensive in Indonesia and the Implications for Japan
June 07, 2022

China’s Charm Offensive in Indonesia and the Implications for Japan

By Yamazaki Amane and Hanada Ryosuke
Beijing's wooing of Southeast Asia's largest nation counsels a renewed focus on maritime Southeast Asia from Tokyo.

What China Gets Wrong About Southeast Asia
June 03, 2022

What China Gets Wrong About Southeast Asia

By Arrizal Jaknanihan
Despite its economic centrality to the region, Beijing continues to elicit significant levels of mistrust.
Understanding the Extent (and Limits) of Chinese Public Support for Russia
May 17, 2022

Understanding the Extent (and Limits) of Chinese Public Support for Russia

By Brian Wong
The Chinese public is overwhelmingly on Russia's side amid the invasion of Ukraine, but there is little appetite for China to play an active role.

Putting Practice Into Theory: China’s IR Scholars Enter the Limelight
April 18, 2022

Putting Practice Into Theory: China’s IR Scholars Enter the Limelight

By Joseph Cash
Chinese academics are ushering in a new school of thought concerning China’s role in international affairs – one that is particularly attractive to the developing world.

Ukraine and the Implications for China
March 09, 2022

Ukraine and the Implications for China

By KAWASHIMA Shin
Xi Jinping may need to rethink his grand design for a new world order.

China Cannot Condone Russia’s Aggression in Ukraine
March 02, 2022

China Cannot Condone Russia’s Aggression in Ukraine

By Lunting Wu
China’s attitude toward the Ukraine war stems from functional calculations, diplomatic and military bonds with Kyiv, strategic considerations, and normative reflection.
Why China Will Not Support a Russian Invasion of Ukraine
February 17, 2022

Why China Will Not Support a Russian Invasion of Ukraine

By Mu Chunshan
The reputational cost – both on the international stage and with the Chinese people – would be great if Beijing threw its support behind Russian aggression.

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