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The One Important Ingredient for Regional Hegemony That China's Still Missing
March 04, 2018
The One Important Ingredient for Regional Hegemony That China's Still Missing
Hard power and wealth aren't everything in pursuing and maintaining hegemony.
The One Important Ingredient for Regional Hegemony That China's Still Missing
China and the Geopolitics of Knowledge: Winning the Long Game
February 27, 2018
China and the Geopolitics of Knowledge: Winning the Long Game
Beijing has proven itself adept at playing the long game, and its efforts are coming to fruition.
China and the Geopolitics of Knowledge: Winning the Long Game
China's Rise and the Future of Liberal International Order: Asking the Right Questions
February 23, 2018
China's Rise and the Future of Liberal International Order: Asking the Right Questions
As China rises, what sort of challenge will it pose to the U.S.-led status quo?
China's Rise and the Future of Liberal International Order: Asking the Right Questions
What Could the United States Have Done – If Anything – To Prevent China's Rise?
February 17, 2018
What Could the United States Have Done – If Anything – To Prevent China's Rise?
The United States did not undertake the difficult and expensive steps necessary to prevent the economic and military rise of China.
What Could the United States Have Done – If Anything – To Prevent China's Rise?
How a British Historian and Hungarian Writer Predicted the Soviet Fall and China’s Rise
January 27, 2018
How a British Historian and Hungarian Writer Predicted the Soviet Fall and China’s Rise
In the early 1970s, Arnold Toynbee and George Urban foresaw two of the developments that would shape the 21st century.
How a British Historian and Hungarian Writer Predicted the Soviet Fall and China’s Rise
Zheng He's Voyages and the Symbolism Behind Xi Jinping's Belt and Road Initiative
December 22, 2017
Zheng He's Voyages and the Symbolism Behind Xi Jinping's Belt and Road Initiative
What explains Xi's Belt and Road push? Above all, it may about domestic political legitimacy for the Chinese Communist Party.
Zheng He's Voyages and the Symbolism Behind Xi Jinping's Belt and Road Initiative
The Rise of China: Version 2.0
October 23, 2017
The Rise of China: Version 2.0
What does China's “new era” mean for the world?
The Rise of China: Version 2.0
Significance of China’s Further Rise: A Chinese Model or Chinese Solutions?
September 03, 2017
Significance of China’s Further Rise: A Chinese Model or Chinese Solutions?
A model is iconic, a solution is adaptable.
Significance of China’s Further Rise: A Chinese Model or Chinese Solutions?
China’s Global Governance Challenge and Domestic Reforms
March 23, 2017
China’s Global Governance Challenge and Domestic Reforms
Rethinking the 'Kindleberger Trap' and its implications for the rise of China.
China’s Global Governance Challenge and Domestic Reforms
Could Rising China Make the World More Stable?
October 03, 2016
Could Rising China Make the World More Stable?
As China grows in influence, it could help bring more coherence to the exiting world system.
Could Rising China Make the World More Stable?
With the Hangzhou G20, China Demonstrates Its Global Leadership Credentials
September 03, 2016
With the Hangzhou G20, China Demonstrates Its Global Leadership Credentials
It is never easy to be a global leader, but China is determined to become one.
With the Hangzhou G20, China Demonstrates Its Global Leadership Credentials
Is China a Global Force for Good?
May 25, 2016
Is China a Global Force for Good?
A broader look at the impact of China's rise on the world.
Is China a Global Force for Good?
Great Power Blues: Donald Trump, the China Dream, and the Perils of Being Number One
May 23, 2016
Great Power Blues: Donald Trump, the China Dream, and the Perils of Being Number One
China, be warned: being number one isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Great Power Blues: Donald Trump, the China Dream, and the Perils of Being Number One
<i>Eight Juxtapositions</i>: Understanding China Through Comparison
March 31, 2016
Eight Juxtapositions: Understanding China Through Comparison
Jeffrey Wasserstrom, history professor at UC Irvine, on understanding modern China.
Eight Juxtapositions: Understanding China Through Comparison
The Biggest Misunderstanding About China's Economic Diplomacy
March 03, 2016
The Biggest Misunderstanding About China's Economic Diplomacy
No, China hasn't succeeded in "buying" allies -- but that's not what Beijing is trying to do.
The Biggest Misunderstanding About China's Economic Diplomacy
Interview: Kevin Rudd
February 18, 2016
Interview: Kevin Rudd
The former Australian prime minister on China's rise, U.S.-China relations, and Australia's role in the Asia-Pacific.
Interview: Kevin Rudd
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