September 10, 2020
China’s Bid to Write the Global Rules on Data Security
By Shannon Tiezzi
The new “Global Initiative on Data Security” is an attempt to wrest control of the data security narrative away from the U.S.
June 25, 2020
China’s Approach to Global Governance
By Yanzhong Huang and Joshua Kurlantzick
China’s strategy brings some positives for the world, but poses the dangerous risk of a global governance divide.
March 16, 2020
How China Is Expanding Beyond Western Institutions
By Eva Seiwert
Even as the coronavirus unsettles the world, China’s bid to reshape international relations beyond Western formats is quietly gathering steam.
November 01, 2019
China May Be More Assertive, But Is It Really Ready to Lead?
By Lucio Blanco Pitlo III
The time of “hiding and biding” is over, but is China ready for the burdens of global leadership?
November 23, 2018
Will China Return to Isolationism?
By Cui Lei
China is at a turning point between returning to 1960s-era seclusion and keeping an open door.
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.
August 24, 2018
China Wants More Chinese to Work in International Organizations
By Wei Liu
China is revamping its human resource deployment to organizations like the UN.
April 13, 2018
What Might a Chinese World Order Look Like?
By Xue Li and Cheng Zhangxi
Using the ancient concept of Li to understand a Chinese order.
February 23, 2018
What Will the World Give up to Share China's 'Common Destiny'?
By David Bandurski
“If we want to know how China proposes governing the world, we need only look at how it governs itself.”
February 09, 2018
A Chinese Model for Global Leadership?
By Yanfei Li
China is emerging as a leader in the economic, technological, and social sectors.
October 23, 2017
The Rise of China: Version 2.0
By Jin Kai
What does China's “new era” mean for the world?
September 22, 2017
Why China's Soft Power Solution Lies in its Past
By Robert C. Thomas
Beijing can look to its own history to solve its glaring soft power deficit.