Subscribe

Tag

International Institutions

Space Security and Geopolitical Competition in the Asia-Pacific
September 03, 2020

Space Security and Geopolitical Competition in the Asia-Pacific

By Ankit Panda
Between the proliferation of counterspace capabilities and intensifying geopolitical competition, space is a critical domain for Asian powers.

Australia to Re-engage With International Institutions
June 18, 2020

Australia to Re-engage With International Institutions

By Joshua Mcdonald
Despite distrust among the general public of “globalism” and international institutions, Canberra affirmed its commitment to multilateral diplomacy.
Have the US and China Come to an Understanding on the AIIB?
September 28, 2015

Have the US and China Come to an Understanding on the AIIB?

By Ankit Panda
The United States and China have come to a working understanding on the role of the AIIB. Washington can move on now.

The AIIB Is Seen Very Differently in the US, Europe, and China
May 08, 2015

The AIIB Is Seen Very Differently in the US, Europe, and China

By Yelin Hong
Across the world, views of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank diverge sharply.

AIIB: Who's a Revisionist Anyway?
April 10, 2015

AIIB: Who's a Revisionist Anyway?

By Robert Farley
Not all revisionists are global revisionists.

Why Shouldn't China Change the International Rules?
April 09, 2015

Why Shouldn't China Change the International Rules?

By Jin Kai
China is often accused of wanting to "change the rules." Is that automatically a bad thing?

Why is China Turning Against the United Nations?
September 21, 2013

Why is China Turning Against the United Nations?

A new survey finds that support for the UN is highest in the Asia-Pacific. China is a notable exception.

Can China be a World Leader?
October 09, 2012

Can China be a World Leader?

Many Chinese advocate Beijing taking on a greater leadership role on the world stage. Can they get anyone to follow?

Page 1 of 1