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Pushing the Boundaries of Soft Power: The Controversial Chinese Case

Pushing the Boundaries of Soft Power: The Controversial Chinese Case

When dealing with such a prominent and complex power as China, discussing and generalizing about its conduct may raise more questions than it answers.

Closing the Second Cycle in BRICS: A Surprise or Business as Usual?

Closing the Second Cycle in BRICS: A Surprise or Business as Usual?

BRICS has by now turned into a brand. This brand imposes responsibility on its members to respond to global challenges and serves the interests of the global community.

The Chinese Military Under Xi: Loyal and Ready to Achieve the History Mission?

The Chinese Military Under Xi: Loyal and Ready to Achieve the History Mission?

Under Xi the People’s Liberation Army has a clear role in the national story of rejuvenation and empowerment that the President has been promoting since he became leader.

Interview – Steve Tsang

Interview – Steve Tsang

Prof. Tsang discusses the creation of Xi Jinping Thought, changes to the CCP’s Politburo Standing Committee, and the evolution of cross-strait relations since 2016.

Xi and the North Korea Challenge in the Trump Era

Xi and the North Korea Challenge in the Trump Era

The United States and China must jointly address the North Korea challenge, based on the consensus that North Korea is a common security threat and peace is possible.

China: New Steps Forward in Africa

China: New Steps Forward in Africa

By understanding China’s approach as pragmatic, not altruistic, those working with China can come out with economic gains.

Abe (Finally) Meets Xi: A Step towards Stabilization of Japan-China Relations?

Abe (Finally) Meets Xi: A Step towards Stabilization of Japan-China Relations?

The two sides have decided to discuss plans to prevent maritime accidents from turning into military crises, whilst working to resume bilateral dialogue in other areas.

Chinese Soft Power 2.0: The Politics of Fashion

Chinese Soft Power 2.0: The Politics of Fashion

Chinese soft power must be understood in light of China’s domestic politics as much as its international standing. The case of Peng Liuyan – better known as China’s First Lady – shows that this remains as true as ever.

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