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A Fiber-Optic Silk Road
April 02, 2015

A Fiber-Optic Silk Road

By Nadège Rolland
China’s Silk Road initiative has profound implications for cyberspace, as well as for physical infrastructure.
China and Russia: Two Approaches to Integration
March 30, 2015

China and Russia: Two Approaches to Integration

By Marcin Kaczmarski
The Eurasian Economic Union and the New Silk Road represent two very different approaches in Central Asia.

China and India: Competing for Influence in Afghanistan
March 27, 2015

China and India: Competing for Influence in Afghanistan

By Tridivesh Singh Maini
The two countries may well tussle for influence in postwar Afghanistan, but will also need to work together.

China’s New Silk Road and Its Impact on Xinjiang
March 05, 2015

China’s New Silk Road and Its Impact on Xinjiang

By Su-Mei Ooi and Kate Trinkle
China’s plans for Central Asia are likely to see Beijing take a tighter grip on the restive Xinjiang region.

The New Silk Road and the Power of Ideas
February 10, 2015

The New Silk Road and the Power of Ideas

By Ma Junjie
Much analysis is missing perhaps the most important potential role of China’s Silk Road aspirations.
Mackinder Revisited: Will China Establish Eurasian Empire 3.0?
February 07, 2015

Mackinder Revisited: Will China Establish Eurasian Empire 3.0?

By Artyom Lukin
China has emerged as a new contender for control over Mackinder’s “Heartland.”

Economic Zones and Infrastructure on China’s Silk Road
January 21, 2015

Economic Zones and Infrastructure on China’s Silk Road

By Sara Hsu
Done right, the New Silk Road project could have a major impact on cities along the corridor.
The New Silk Road: China Reclaims Its Crown
November 18, 2014

The New Silk Road: China Reclaims Its Crown

By Kerry Brown
China's New Silk Road idea has echoes of the ancient past, where China was the center of the world.

Elite Talk: Alan Bollard on APEC, FTAAP
November 10, 2014

Elite Talk: Alan Bollard on APEC, FTAAP

By Li Zhenyu
As the APEC meetings begin, APEC Secretariat Executive Director joins the Elite Talk show.

Zhou Yongkang, Islamic State and China’s Pivot West
September 09, 2014

Zhou Yongkang, Islamic State and China’s Pivot West

By Yo-Jung Chen
The downfall of its oil and security tsar gives China a chance to salvage relations with its Muslim minority.

Central and South Asia: Progress with Small Steps
August 20, 2014

Central and South Asia: Progress with Small Steps

By Jeffrey Payne & Schuyler Moore
There is no magic bullet for the region’s troubles, but smaller initiatives can produce incremental gains.
Xi’s Transformational Diplomacy and Strategic Competence
July 17, 2014

Xi’s Transformational Diplomacy and Strategic Competence

By Vasilis Trigkas
Xi is harnessing China’s growing strength for a peaceful ascendance as a rising global power.

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