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China's Vision for the World: A Community of Shared Future
June 22, 2017
China's Vision for the World: A Community of Shared Future
China's vision is based on three pillars: cooperative security, common development, and political inclusiveness.
China's Vision for the World: A Community of Shared Future
China: The Accidental World Leader?
February 13, 2017
China: The Accidental World Leader?
If the U.S. under Trump leaves a vacuum, will China be the one to fill it?
China: The Accidental World Leader?
Life In Aerocity: Finding India’s Place in the New Strategic Context
January 24, 2017
Life In Aerocity: Finding India’s Place in the New Strategic Context
“India will be a leading author in the next chapter of world politics.”
Life In Aerocity: Finding India’s Place in the New Strategic Context
Does China Really Want to Lead the World Order?
November 22, 2016
Does China Really Want to Lead the World Order?
Despite the alarmist rhetoric we have seen, it is far from clear that this is the case.
Does China Really Want to Lead the World Order?
The End of American World Order
November 10, 2016
The End of American World Order
Insights from Amitav Acharya.
The End of American World Order
Asia's New Democracies and the Liberal World Order
October 28, 2016
Asia's New Democracies and the Liberal World Order
The key to global order may lie with Asia's emerging democracies.
Asia's New Democracies and the Liberal World Order
Interview: Kevin Rudd
February 18, 2016
Interview: Kevin Rudd
The former Australian prime minister on China's rise, U.S.-China relations, and Australia's role in the Asia-Pacific.
Interview: Kevin Rudd
‘Integrating China’ into the Existing Order
July 01, 2015
‘Integrating China’ into the Existing Order
Why urge China to join the international order, and then make it hard for it to do so?
‘Integrating China’ into the Existing Order
Why US Allies Are Happy to Join China’s AIIB
June 30, 2015
Why US Allies Are Happy to Join China’s AIIB
The China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has swept up U.S. allies.
Why US Allies Are Happy to Join China’s AIIB
Interview: Oliver Stuenkel
March 17, 2015
Interview: Oliver Stuenkel
Why the BRICS will remain an important force in world affairs in 2015 and beyond.
Interview: Oliver Stuenkel
Henry Kissinger and the China-North Korea Reality
January 27, 2015
Henry Kissinger and the China-North Korea Reality
In his latest book, Kissinger offers another explanation of China’s position on North Korea. It is still unsatisfying.
Henry Kissinger and the China-North Korea Reality
China’s Charm Offensive: A Temporary, Tactical Change
December 17, 2014
China’s Charm Offensive: A Temporary, Tactical Change
China is playing nice for now, but there are cracks in its friendly smile.
China’s Charm Offensive: A Temporary, Tactical Change
China’s ‘Shadow’ Network of International Organizations
October 31, 2014
China’s ‘Shadow’ Network of International Organizations
Plus, China vs. Ebola, the Hong Kong protests, and your guide to talking about maritime disputes. Friday China links.
China’s ‘Shadow’ Network of International Organizations
The U.S. Should Not Fear Competing With China
October 30, 2014
The U.S. Should Not Fear Competing With China
With the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, the U.S. should not be afraid of a little healthy competition.
The U.S. Should Not Fear Competing With China
Kissinger’s Order
September 16, 2014
Kissinger’s Order
Henry Kissinger’s new book World Order is a must-read for anyone with a serious interest in Asia, or foreign policy.
Kissinger’s Order
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