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China-India Ties: What Comes After Xi’s Trip?
September 29, 2014

China-India Ties: What Comes After Xi’s Trip?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Dr. Tanvi Madan on what we can expect from China-India relations now that Xi’s visit has concluded.
China Forging International Law: The SCO Experience
September 07, 2014

China Forging International Law: The SCO Experience

By David Suter
The rules adopted for the SCO are revealing of Beijing’s attitude towards international law in general.

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization and Central Asian Security
July 25, 2014

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization and Central Asian Security

By Amit R. Saksena
Structural and policy problems prevent the SCO from being an effective Central Asian security organization.

Moscow’s Afghan Endgame
June 24, 2014

Moscow’s Afghan Endgame

By Richard Weitz
Worried about the NATO withdrawal, Russia has adopted several new policies for Central Asia.

Russia’s Elusive Quest for Influence in Asia
May 20, 2014

Russia’s Elusive Quest for Influence in Asia

By Sergey Radchenko
Putin arrives in Shanghai desperate to reorient Russia’s Asia policy amid tensions with the West and China’s rise.
The Boao Forum and China’s Play for Regional Leadership
April 10, 2014

The Boao Forum and China’s Play for Regional Leadership

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Boao Forum for Asia showcases China's dream of regional leadership on both economic and security issues.

Ukraine – A Case for Chinese Involvement
March 10, 2014

Ukraine – A Case for Chinese Involvement

By Andong Peng
A Chinese scholar explains why Beijing may not want to sit this crisis out.
China’s SCO Challenges
December 05, 2013

China’s SCO Challenges

By Dirk van der Kley
Despite a strong speech from Li Keqiang, practical cooperation within the organization remains elusive.

How China Develops Its Counterterrorism Capability
November 11, 2013

How China Develops Its Counterterrorism Capability

Regular “Peace Missions” conducted under the SCO have been the best-known component of its efforts.

October 29, 2013

China’s Pivot West

China has begun “Marching Westwards” in Asia. The consequences could be huge.

China and Iran: Destined to Clash?
October 17, 2013

China and Iran: Destined to Clash?

An expanding Chinese presence in the Middle East could pose the greatest long-term threat to Iran.

Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Not Quite the New Silk Road
September 12, 2013

Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Not Quite the New Silk Road

The SCO does strengthen bonds in Central Asia, but progress in other areas is questionable.

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