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China’s Rise as a Predator State
March 09, 2016

China’s Rise as a Predator State

By Aurelia George Mulgan
Recent developments have dispelled the myth that China’s rise will be peaceful.
China’s Leadership Fault Lines: Progress vs. Power
February 15, 2016

China’s Leadership Fault Lines: Progress vs. Power

By Mercy A. Kuo and Angelica O. Tang
Insight from Randal L. Phillips

Needed: A Long Telegram from Beijing
January 28, 2016

Needed: A Long Telegram from Beijing

By Francis P. Sempa
Washington could do worse than reflect on the wisdom, profundity, and erudition of George Kennan’s Long Telegram.

Interview: Benjamin Elman
December 10, 2015

Interview: Benjamin Elman

By Emanuel Pastreich
"The 'rise of China' narrative can be read in different ways, and for Japan it is a challenge."

Interview: Joseph Nye
October 30, 2015

Interview: Joseph Nye

By Emanuel Pastreich
“The U.S. and China are deeply entangled, and that state is largely a good thing.”
America’s Society Is Wealthier Than China’s – And It Doesn’t Matter
October 27, 2015

America’s Society Is Wealthier Than China’s – And It Doesn’t Matter

By Christopher A. McNally and Denny Roy
The large gap in private wealth has limited significance.

How Good Are the Best Chinese Universities?
October 15, 2015

How Good Are the Best Chinese Universities?

By Dingding Chen
According to one survey, Tsinghua University is now the best engineering school in the world. Is this representative?
Interview: Francis Fukuyama
October 15, 2015

Interview: Francis Fukuyama

By Emanuel Pastreich
Francis Fukuyama on the rise of China, East Asia tensions, and the role of the United States.

Think Xi Jinping's State Visit to the US Went Well? Think Again
September 30, 2015

Think Xi Jinping's State Visit to the US Went Well? Think Again

By Dingding Chen
A modest Xi-Obama summit signals troubles ahead. No major breakthrough was achieved during the summit.

How Washington Can Manage Sustainable Strategic Competition With China
September 22, 2015

How Washington Can Manage Sustainable Strategic Competition With China

By Robert Daly
What's needed now is long-term messaging at a short summit.

Wondering Why China Held Its Parade? Here Are 5 Things Beijing Accomplished.
September 08, 2015

Wondering Why China Held Its Parade? Here Are 5 Things Beijing Accomplished.

By Dingding Chen
There are both internal and external benefits of the military parade, despite some international concerns.
Did the United States Ever Really Have a China Strategy?
August 31, 2015

Did the United States Ever Really Have a China Strategy?

By Robert Farley
Instead of engaging China, the United States could (with great cost) have isolated it.

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