Stop Calling China a ‘Revisionist Power’
By Zenel Garcia
To truly understand the impact of China’s global initiatives, we need to stop thinking in a status quo-revisionist binary.
How China Reinvented an Ancient Kingdom to Advance Its Claims in the Himalayas
By Victoria Jones
The lack of knowledge and certainty surrounding Zhangzhung makes it ripe for exploitation and distortion, a revisionist’s dream.
Is India Being Swiped Left by Britain? Could Others Follow?
By Abhijnan Rej
A recent paper by a British think tank head, and ensuing commentary, once again leads to key questions about the implicit assumptions driving Indian foreign policy.
China Reprimands US Over 2018 National Defense Strategy
By Charlotte Gao
Both the Chinese foreign ministry and defense ministry criticized Washington's “Cold War” mentality.
Ukraine and the Russia-China Axis
By James D.J. Brown
Current U.S. policy on the Ukraine crisis is driving Russia into China’s embrace.
China’s Revisionist Orientation
By John H.S. Åberg
China is not a revisionist power, but the recent air intercept indicates revisionist orientation