June 24, 2022
Falling out of Favor: How China Lost the Nordic Countries
By Andreas B. Forsby
In 2016, the Nordic countries were actively seeking to deepen cooperation with China. Today, they are looking instead to limit China's presence and influence. What happened?
December 11, 2021
Why Is China Insisting It Is a Democracy?
By Brian Wong
The attempt to frame an alternative model of democracy highlights a shift in the CCP’s quest for legitimacy.
May 29, 2021
How Will the Chinese Communist Party Withstand Increasing Calls for COVID-19 Pandemic Accountability?
By Bonnie Girard
As international outrage mounts, can the CCP replicate its success in escaping pariah status after the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989?
December 12, 2020
China and the EU: Public-Private Dissonance
By Eleanor Albert
Despite official optimism over a trade deal, tensions continue to simmer at the people-to-people level.
November 16, 2020
Poll: The EU Has Solid Common Ground When It Comes To China
By Richard Q. Turcsányi
A new poll encompassing 13 European countries finds remarkable consensus on China - mostly negative.
September 08, 2020
A China-Centered Order Is Not Inevitable
By Valérie Niquet and Walter Lohman
The pandemic has revealed is that the shift of global leadership toward a China-centered Asia is neither inevitable nor desired.
August 05, 2020
China, Climate Change, and COVID-19: An Interview With Kevin Rudd
By Jongsoo Lee
The former Australian prime minister discusses the challenges facing the Indo-Pacific, including the many facets of China’s rise.
May 02, 2020
Will the ‘Milk Tea War’ Have a Lasting Impact on China-Thailand Relations?
By Poowin Bunyavejchewin
The online spat, though short-lived, revealed deeper-seated reservations about the relationship among Thai people.
April 10, 2020
Latin America Used To Be Positive Toward China. COVID-19 Might Change That.
By Igor Patrick
Like other regions, Latin America has seen a rise in anti-Chinese rhetoric since the outbreak began.
April 09, 2020
How China Is Remaking the UN In Its Own Image
By Tung Cheng-Chia and Alan H. Yang
China’s attempts to make the UN a tool for achieving its hegemonic ambition could end up destroying the body from within.
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?
June 28, 2019
Poll: Majority of Americans See US and China as Rivals
By Ankit Panda
Americans across partisan lines agree on a rivalrous relationship between Washington and Beijing.