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Why the US Should Encourage Closer Sino-Indian Ties
January 27, 2015

Why the US Should Encourage Closer Sino-Indian Ties

By Franz-Stefan Gady
A "deadlocked alliance" between Beijing and New Delhi may be good news for the United States.
Japan Dips Its Toe into the Hong Kong Protests
October 06, 2014

Japan Dips Its Toe into the Hong Kong Protests

By Clint Richards
Tokyo has Hong Kong interests to protect, but a possible summit in Beijing will trump them for now.

China and Brazil Seek to Boost Ties
July 17, 2014

China and Brazil Seek to Boost Ties

By Kelwin Choi
While in country for the BRICS summit, President Xi will be making a state visit to Brazil.

Missiles in Lieu of Meetings
July 09, 2014

Missiles in Lieu of Meetings

By Clint Richards
North Korea has taken to launching missiles in defiance of its recent isolation.

Another Hu Jintao Ally Investigated for Graft
June 27, 2014

Another Hu Jintao Ally Investigated for Graft

By Zachary Keck
China’s anti-graft agency announced that Wan Qingliang, party chief of Guangzhou, is being investigated for graft.
In China, Local Leaders Defy Beijing on Reforms
June 10, 2014

In China, Local Leaders Defy Beijing on Reforms

By Zachary Keck
China's top leaders continue to struggle to get local and provincial governments to implement economic reforms.

Iranian, Russian Presidents to Visit China
May 14, 2014

Iranian, Russian Presidents to Visit China

By Zachary Keck
Vladimir Putin and Hassan Rouhani will join Ban Ki-moon in visiting China next week.
The Myth of Chinese Assertiveness
April 22, 2014

The Myth of Chinese Assertiveness

By Björn Jerdén
Frequent claims that China has grown more assertive since 2009 ignore the historical record.

China’s Former Leaders Tell Xi To Halt Anti-Corruption Campaign
April 04, 2014

China’s Former Leaders Tell Xi To Halt Anti-Corruption Campaign

By Zachary Keck
Former Presidents Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao are reportedly pushing for an end to Xi Jinping's anti-graft campaign.

China Creates New Military Reform Leading Group
March 21, 2014

China Creates New Military Reform Leading Group

By Zachary Keck
President Xi Jinping now heads up another important new leading group, further cementing his grip on power.

China’s North Korea Opportunity
January 07, 2014

China’s North Korea Opportunity

By Harry Kazianis
Will 2014 be the year that China finally reins in its dangerous neighbor in Pyongyang?
East China Sea ADIZ: A Turning Point in US-China Relations?
December 20, 2013

East China Sea ADIZ: A Turning Point in US-China Relations?

By Mira Rapp-Hooper
In the wake of the new ADIZ, the U.S. may have to reassess its entire approach toward China.

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