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Why China Could Support Regime Change in Venezuela
February 22, 2019

Why China Could Support Regime Change in Venezuela

By Xiaoyu Lu and Maryhen Jiménez Morales
China has adopted a more flexible attitude toward regime transition and intervention than is often realized.
Chinese Nationalism: The Dog That Barks in the Night
November 16, 2018

Chinese Nationalism: The Dog That Barks in the Night

By Kerry Brown
Chinese nationalism is often talked about as dangerous. But what, exactly, is the threat?

Does China Still Want to Be a Global Environmental Leader?
October 27, 2018

Does China Still Want to Be a Global Environmental Leader?

By Li Shuo
Amid tensions with the United States, there are dark clouds ahead of China’s climate agenda.

Will the West’s Imperialist Past Be China’s Future?
October 17, 2018

Will the West’s Imperialist Past Be China’s Future?

By Jin Kai
It's unfair to evaluate China's past -- and it's future -- through a lens dominated by European thinking.

The World According to China
October 03, 2018

The World According to China

By Bradley A. Thayer and John M. Friend
Understanding the world China seeks to create by 2049, when the PRC turns 100.
China Debates the Belt and Road
September 08, 2018

China Debates the Belt and Road

By Hannah Feldshuh
What do Chinese analysts say about China’s biggest foreign policy initiative?

How China Is Polarized by America
August 22, 2018

How China Is Polarized by America

By Xie Tao
Chinese elites are sharply divided in their thinking on the trade war — and China-U.S. relations in general.
Chinese Experts Challenge Western Generalists in Diplomacy
August 15, 2018

Chinese Experts Challenge Western Generalists in Diplomacy

By Sabine Mokry
Despite potential quality problems, China’s diplomatic corps has a key advantage: a strong focus on regional experience.

China Races to Catch Up on Foreign Affairs Spending 
August 09, 2018

China Races to Catch Up on Foreign Affairs Spending 

By Markus Herrmann and Sabine Mokry
China’s foreign affairs expenditures, while still far below those of the US or Germany, are growing with unprecedented speed.

Foreign Aid With Chinese Characteristics
August 07, 2018

Foreign Aid With Chinese Characteristics

By Jacob Mardell
CIDCA may professionalize Beijing’s foreign aid agenda, but it will also institutionalize a mercantilist model of development.

In Pursuit of Global Know-how: China’s New Area Studies Policy
August 03, 2018

In Pursuit of Global Know-how: China’s New Area Studies Policy

By Margaret Myers and Ricardo Barrios
Beijing is making a concerted push to foster expertise on foreign regions and countries.
China’s New Foreign Policy Setup
August 01, 2018

China’s New Foreign Policy Setup

By Thomas Eder
How has Xi Jinping remade China's foreign policy apparatus?

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