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Amid Signs of Softer Foreign Policy Tone, Is China About to Shift Its Russia Policy?
January 24, 2023

Amid Signs of Softer Foreign Policy Tone, Is China About to Shift Its Russia Policy?

By Joseph Webster
There is little evidence that Beijing’s quasi-apology tour in Europe and other Western capitals will yield any significant concessions over Ukraine.

Interpreting China’s Diplomatic Shifts
January 17, 2023

Interpreting China’s Diplomatic Shifts

By Brian Wong
While Beijing is jettisoning some of the most pugnacious elements in its prior diplomacy, it has not undertaken a fundamental pivot.
Jiang Zemin’s Foreign Policy Legacy Has Died With Him
December 01, 2022

Jiang Zemin’s Foreign Policy Legacy Has Died With Him

By Denny Roy
Many Chinese associate the late Jiang with an era seen as brighter and more hopeful than the literal and figurative lockdown Xi has brought upon China.

China’s Premier Comes to Cambodia Bearing Gifts
November 10, 2022

China’s Premier Comes to Cambodia Bearing Gifts

By Sebastian Strangio
The routine nature and broad scope of the agreements signed by Li Keqiang and Hun Sen reflects the closeness of the relationship between Beijing and Phnom Penh.

The Chinese Diplomats to Watch After the 20th Party Congress
November 02, 2022

The Chinese Diplomats to Watch After the 20th Party Congress

By Chihwei Yu and K. Tristan Tang
The potential nominees for China’s next foreign minister might provide some insights into the future trend of China’s foreign policy.

Seventh Plenum Sends ‘Stay the Course’ Signal Ahead of 20th Party Congress
October 13, 2022

Seventh Plenum Sends ‘Stay the Course’ Signal Ahead of 20th Party Congress

By Shannon Tiezzi
The final preview of the upcoming 20th National Congress of the CCP was a blow for anyone hoping for a shift on foreign policy or “zero COVID.”

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.

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