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China's Flawed Model for Peace
By Manoj Kewalramani
Xi promised to provide “Chinese solutions” to world problems, but its strategy for managing conflict has serious flaws.
A Chinese Model for Global Leadership?
By Yanfei Li
China is emerging as a leader in the economic, technological, and social sectors.
China in 2018: What to Expect
By Tuan N. Pham
Forecasting Beijing’s goals and actions in the next year.
The Real Source of China's Soft Power
By Thomas Barker
Chinese soft power is not measured by blockbuster films, but by the appeal of its development model.
China Sells Socialism to the Developing World
By David Gitter
Expect China to become more assertive in pushing its alternative development model to other countries.
Significance of China’s Further Rise: A Chinese Model or Chinese Solutions?
By Jin Kai
A model is iconic, a solution is adaptable.
Japanese Vs. Chinese Exceptionalism
By John Darwin Van Fleet
Japan and China have more in common than they realize -- including their particular strain of nationalism.
Does China Have a Looming Africa Problem?
By Porter Morgan and Jason Nicholson
Some of China's closest partners on the continent are now facing domestic instability.
The Cold War and Holy War: A Chinese Take on the ‘Clash of Civilizations’
By Yang Hengjun
Blogger Yang Hengjun on the Paris attacks and the idea of a "clash of civilizations" -- and where China fits in.
China's Potential Pitfalls #2: The Limitations of China’s Political and Economic Models
By Xue Li
30 years since beginning its reforms, China has yet to create a political and social model for sustainable development.