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A New Page for Taiwan and China

A New Page for Taiwan and China

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 ‘History Problem’ in Sino-Japanese Relations: What’s the Problem?

The ‘History Problem’ in Sino-Japanese Relations: What’s the Problem?

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.

India, the NSG, and the Chinese Impasse

India, the NSG, and the Chinese Impasse

China’s opposition to India’s admission to the NSG appears a systemic attempt at discrimination against India – a visibly responsible nuclear power.

Reflecting on India’s Nuclear Suppliers Group Bid

Reflecting on India’s Nuclear Suppliers Group Bid

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.

Brexit and China

Brexit and China

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.

The Declining Value of Vocational Programs in China

The Declining Value of Vocational Programs in China

These alternatives to traditional education have failed to modernize themselves and adapt to rapidly changing economic and employment sector needs.

Interview – Kevin P. Gallagher

Interview – Kevin P. Gallagher

Kevin P. Gallagher describes Chinese bilateral and regional development funds, South-South relations, and China’s financial development projects in Latin America.

Interview – Siegfried O. Wolf

Interview – Siegfried O. Wolf

Siegfried O. Wolf discusses the impact of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, India’s objections, and whether Iran will want to connect to this corridor.

The Chinese Great Cultural Revolution and China’s Loss of Faith

The Chinese Great Cultural Revolution and China’s Loss of Faith

The Cultural Revolution shaped, and continues to shape, the China that exists today. No matter whether anyone dares, or wants, to talk about the events five decades ago.

Pakistan and Terrorism: China-Pakistan Economic Corridor as Critical Juncture?

Pakistan and Terrorism: China-Pakistan Economic Corridor as Critical Juncture?

There are too many indications that Pakistan’s military and civilian leaderships are still not willing to break totally with the patterns of its involvement in state terrorism.

The Shadows of Tiananmen: Chinese Foreign Policy and Human Rights

The Shadows of Tiananmen: Chinese Foreign Policy and Human Rights

Since Tiananmen Square 1989, China’s understanding of the significant yet contingent power of human rights discourse has guided much of its foreign policy on the subject.

Interview – Amitav Acharya

Interview – Amitav Acharya

Amitav Acharya discusses the concept of a Multiplex World, the importance of regionalism, and the increasing attention towards non-Western IR Theory.

Is a Chinese Maritime Judicial Centre Credible?

Is a Chinese Maritime Judicial Centre Credible?

The maritime judicial centre represents China’s intentions to no longer accept international rule making and judging, but to put its own version of things forward.

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