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China’s Myanmar Mess
March 16, 2021

China’s Myanmar Mess

By Sarah M. Brooks and Debbie Stothard
Increasingly, China’s non-action on the Myanmar coup is going against Beijing’s own interests.

China Responds to Bloodshed in Myanmar With Deafening Silence
March 02, 2021

China Responds to Bloodshed in Myanmar With Deafening Silence

By Shannon Tiezzi
Beijing has a stated preference for no violence in Myanmar, but the deadly crackdown on February 28 was not enough to provoke China's condemnation.
What the Myanmar Coup Means for China
February 03, 2021

What the Myanmar Coup Means for China

By Shannon Tiezzi
China will stick to its strict policy of non-intervention, but the military takeover has created a diplomatic headache for Beijing.

China and the UAE: Birds of a Feather?
November 23, 2019

China and the UAE: Birds of a Feather?

By Bonnie Girard
The burgeoning relationship is driven by mutual self-interest and a shared embrace of the “noninterference” doctrine.

Does China Really Respect Sovereignty?
May 23, 2019

Does China Really Respect Sovereignty?

By Jacob Stokes
Both Washington and Beijing claim to champion sovereignty – they just have different ideas of what that looks like.

What Protests in Algeria and Sudan Mean for China
March 08, 2019

What Protests in Algeria and Sudan Mean for China

By Guy Burton
Given the historical and economic importance of Algeria and Sudan to China, Beijing will be watching the current protests carefully.

China’s Rise in the Middle East: Beyond Economics
February 25, 2019

China’s Rise in the Middle East: Beyond Economics

By Nicholas Lyall
As China’s economic leadership grows, can it keep aloof from tangled regional politics and security issues?
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.

China in the Middle East: Past, Present, and Future
February 16, 2019

China in the Middle East: Past, Present, and Future

By Nicholas Lyall
Tracing the recent history and trajectory of China’s presence in the Middle East.

Is China Increasing Its Military Presence in Syria?
August 20, 2018

Is China Increasing Its Military Presence in Syria?

By Logan Pauley and Jesse Marks
Parsing China's current -- and future -- involvement in the Syrian conflict.

What Does Zimbabwe’s Leadership Change Mean to China?
January 09, 2018

What Does Zimbabwe’s Leadership Change Mean to China?

By Wang Xinsong
With Mugabe gone, China will face a new set of challenges in Zimbabwe.
China, Japan, and the Future of UN Peacekeeping
July 21, 2017

China, Japan, and the Future of UN Peacekeeping

By Luke Patey, Adam Day, and Sebastian von Einsiedel
New mission parameters pose challenges to both China and Japan’s peacekeeping engagement.

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