The Trouble With China’s Global Civilization Initiative
By R. Evan Ellis
The GCI is an attempt to win global buy-in for China's principle of non-interference by conflating modern-day regimes with traditional culture.
A China-Centered Order Is Not Inevitable
By Valérie Niquet and Walter Lohman
The pandemic has revealed is that the shift of global leadership toward a China-centered Asia is neither inevitable nor desired.
Japan’s Not Hedging… Yet
By Toshihiro Nakayama
The country remains committed to the U.S.-led order, but finds itself in uncharted territory.
The World According to China
By Bradley A. Thayer and John M. Friend
Understanding the world China seeks to create by 2049, when the PRC turns 100.
Dealing with an Ambiguous World Order, from China to the United States
By Aryeh Tepper
How to think about a world order in flux.
China’s New World Order: Partners and Profit
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Shaun Rein.
What Might a Chinese World Order Look Like?
By Xue Li and Cheng Zhangxi
Using the ancient concept of Li to understand a Chinese order.