How China Will Play the Brexit Card
By François Godement
If China and the U.K. can reach a trade deal, both sides would have increased leverage over the EU.
‘Going Out’ to Hinkley Point? China’s Uncertain Future in International Energy
By Mykael Goodsell-SooTho
China's ambition to become a global energy power will have to overcome geopolitical hurdles.
China's Nuclear Setback in the UK
By Timothy Stafford
The new British government makes a sharp U-turn on plans for a Chinese constructed nuclear plant.
Market Economy Status for China: The Views From Brussels and Beijing
By Insa Ewert and Jan Philipp Pöter
A closer look at the market economy debate between China and the EU.
Britain and the South China Sea Conflict: End to Ambiguity?
By Tim Steinecke
How should the U.K. respond to the Permanent Court of Arbitration ruling expected this week?
How China Can Benefit From Brexit
By Wy Cheng
China could actually come out the winner from the U.K. vote to leave the EU.
What China Thinks About Brexit
By Kerry Brown
Why China tried to quietly warn Britain away from leaving the EU.
China's Big Week for European Diplomacy
By Shannon Tiezzi
China will host the leaders of Germany and France less than two weeks after Xi's visit to the U.K.
The UK: A Success Story for China’s Educational Soft Power
By Bochen Han
Unlike other Western countries, Britain is eager to welcome China's Confucius Institutes and educational outreach.
Criticism of the UK’s New Approach to China Is Misplaced
By Rebecca Fabrizi
Wait for some evidence before assuming that only bad can come from good relations.
Should the West Be Worried About Britain As China's 'Advocate'?
By Shannon Tiezzi
Will London's partnership with China extend beyond economics to international issues -- at the West's expense?
China’s Dirty Money: How Dangerous Is the China-UK Nuclear Deal?
By Greg Austin
Is Beijing "friend or foe" in cyber nuclear joint development?