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Could Rising China Make the World More Stable?
October 03, 2016

Could Rising China Make the World More Stable?

By Jin Kai
As China grows in influence, it could help bring more coherence to the exiting world system.
The Post-Western World and the Rise of a Parallel Order
September 26, 2016

The Post-Western World and the Rise of a Parallel Order

By Oliver Stuenkel
"We stand at the cusp of a historic shift of power away from the West toward Asia."

What to Expect From the G20 Summit
September 02, 2016

What to Expect From the G20 Summit

By Huang Nan, Zhang Juan, and Shannon Tiezzi
Jiang Yuechun of CIIS gives an overview of China's most important diplomatic event this year.

India, China, and the Future of Global Governance
September 01, 2016

India, China, and the Future of Global Governance

By B. R. Deepak
India and China will need to work together to increase their roles in the international system.

How the US Misjudged the South China Sea, Part II
August 05, 2016

How the US Misjudged the South China Sea, Part II

By Xue Li and Xu Yanzhuo
The U.S. misunderstood China's position in the SCS and created a self-fulfilling prophecy of Chinese "aggression."
Globalization With Asian Characteristics
July 20, 2016

Globalization With Asian Characteristics

By Chietigj Bajpaee
As the West retrenches into populism and nationalism, can Asia take up the mantle of global cooperation?

International Law Won't Stop China in the South China Sea
July 20, 2016

International Law Won't Stop China in the South China Sea

By Aurelia George Mulgan
Countering power with rules is doomed to fail in the South China Sea.
Parenting China, the Teenage Power
July 16, 2016

Parenting China, the Teenage Power

By David Lai and Fred Gellert
Understanding the U.S.-China relationship through a familial metaphor.

The South China Sea Ruling Against China: What's Really at Stake
July 15, 2016

The South China Sea Ruling Against China: What's Really at Stake

By Flynt Leverett
The ruling may tempt China into a revolt against the U.S.-led international order.

The South China Sea Ruling: China's International Law Dilemma
July 14, 2016

The South China Sea Ruling: China's International Law Dilemma

By Thomas E. Kellogg
"China may be entering a new phase of its relationship with the international order."

China Keeps the Upper Hand, South China Sea Arbitration Ruling Nonwithstanding
July 13, 2016

China Keeps the Upper Hand, South China Sea Arbitration Ruling Nonwithstanding

By William G. Frasure
The judicial ruling could actually give China the advantage, if Beijing proves it can flout the law with impunity.
The Logic of Closer US-India Relations
June 14, 2016

The Logic of Closer US-India Relations

By Namrata Goswami and Namrata Goswami
The hurdles that obstructed the relationship in the past are no longer influential.

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