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How the US-China Trade War Could Impact the South China Sea
November 07, 2018

How the US-China Trade War Could Impact the South China Sea

By Trinh Le
A nationalist and wounded China, faced with the economic consequences of the trade war, will be a dangerous prospect.
Does China Have a ‘Blacklist’ of Taiwan ‘Separatists’?
May 17, 2018

Does China Have a ‘Blacklist’ of Taiwan ‘Separatists’?

By J. Michael Cole
Even if the blacklist doesn't currently exist, China's habit of extraterritorial abductions makes it all too plausible.

What Happens After China Invades Taiwan?
March 24, 2017

What Happens After China Invades Taiwan?

By Wang Mouzhou
Even a tactically “successful” invasion of the island might lead to strategic defeat for the PRC and the Communist Party.

Japanese Vs. Chinese Exceptionalism
September 28, 2016

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.

The South China Sea Case and China's New Nationalism
July 19, 2016

The South China Sea Case and China's New Nationalism

By Luo Xi
Putting Chinese nationalism in historical context.
What Are the Political, Social, and Strategic Consequences of China's Equity Market Meltdown?
August 29, 2015

What Are the Political, Social, and Strategic Consequences of China's Equity Market Meltdown?

By Ankit Panda
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda and Shannon Tiezzi discuss recent volatility in China's equity markets.

Japan and Chinese Decision-Making
August 12, 2015

Japan and Chinese Decision-Making

By Charles Douglas Appleton
Understanding China’s decision-making process could help Japan create a better strategy.
India's INS Viraat, World's Longest-Serving Aircraft Carrier, Set for Decommissioning
July 08, 2015

India's INS Viraat, World's Longest-Serving Aircraft Carrier, Set for Decommissioning

By Ankit Panda
Plus, Russia-China tensions, Indian foreign policy, and a nationalist wave in China. Mid-week links.

In Defense of Zhou Xiaoping, China's Patriotic Blogger
November 05, 2014

In Defense of Zhou Xiaoping, China's Patriotic Blogger

By Yang Hengjun
Zhou Xiaoping is a product of the extreme tendencies of both China's supporters and China's critics.

Where Would Beijing Use External Distractions?
July 10, 2014

Where Would Beijing Use External Distractions?

By J. Michael Cole
Should the CCP find itself in dire straits, could provoking external conflicts boost its legitimacy at home?

Why Is China Talking Tough?
April 22, 2014

Why Is China Talking Tough?

By Dingding Chen
Forget nationalism, China is talking tough in order to demonstrate resolve and therefore deter the U.S.
Wasserstrom: 10 Things Japanese Should Know About China
November 01, 2013

Wasserstrom: 10 Things Japanese Should Know About China

Acclaimed author on corruption, nationalism, and territorial disputes.

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