International arrangements promoting and facilitating the peaceful uses of nuclear technology demand revision in light of increased demand for nuclear energy security.
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Authors are invited to submit papers for an open access Edited Collection titled ‘New Perspectives on China’s Relations with the World: National, Transnational, and International’.
The current state-of-affairs suggests that as China is exhibiting a pre-WWI German paradigm a war will happen as it exponentially increases its expansionism.
By understanding China’s approach as pragmatic, not altruistic, those working with China can come out with economic gains.
Drawing on a range of case studies, Brautigam delves into different aspects of China’s agricultural presence in Africa while also opening up avenues for further research.
Taiwan needs more voice in the international sphere and China needs to respect democratic values and stop using coercive means to force Taiwan to unify with China.
The understanding of the history problem changes over time in Japan and in China even though there appears to be some stability concerning the important issues.
China’s opposition to India’s admission to the NSG appears a systemic attempt at discrimination against India – a visibly responsible nuclear power.
For NSG talks to succeed, China must recognise India’s desire to play a bigger global role and India should resist aligning itself with a US-Japan led Pacific alliance.
If Brexit was a sharp sign of a global popular revolt against political elites, nothing about it will be reassuring to the Chinese government and Party.
These alternatives to traditional education have failed to modernize themselves and adapt to rapidly changing economic and employment sector needs.
Kevin P. Gallagher describes Chinese bilateral and regional development funds, South-South relations, and China’s financial development projects in Latin America.