China’s Liberal Hawk: Yan Xuetong’s Vision for Chinese Benevolent Dominance
By Pär Nyrén
Reviewing the noted Chinese foreign policy thinker’s latest book.
Yan Xuetong on How Germany and China Should Rethink the Global Order
“The current norms are no longer suitable.”
From South China Sea to California, Chinese Celebrate the Lunar New Year
By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, an update on the Tainan earthquake, Yan Xuetong, and what to do about North Korea. Friday China links.
Is China’s Periphery Becoming the Core of Its International Relations?
By Neil Thomas
An op-ed by an influential Chinese scholar reflects trends in Chinese foreign policy.
Is China A Lonely Diva?
By Vasilis Trigkas
Chinese scholars are debating whether Beijing should abandon its non-alignment policy. But it may have already done so.
4 Takeaways From China’s World Peace Forum
By Frauke Heidemann, Patrick Renz & Vasilis Trigkas
The four major takeaways from a recent Track 1.5 diplomatic forum hosted by Tsinghua University.