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The Sources of U.S.-China Strategic Mistrust

The historical use of ambiguity has been at the foundation of postwar U.S.-China ties. The recent visits of U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to China and the Environmental Protection Agency administrator Gina McCarthy to Taiwan and the Chinese leadership’s responses to…

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Xi Jinping’s Africa Policy: The First Year

In this blog, Yun Sun examines the Xi Jinping administration's new engagement with Africa during the first year since his…

Beneath the glacier

Against a powerful alliance of factory bosses and Communist Party chiefs, Zeng Feiyang cuts a frail figure. Mr Zeng, who…

Tiger Watch: Following the Money on Zhou Yongkang

For the Chinese Communist Party, building a corruption case against a top Chinese official is a delicate science. Accuse them…

35 Years of U.S.-China Relations: Diplomacy, Culture and Soft Power (Video)

On Friday, March 28th, the John L. Thornton China Center at the Brookings Institution and the China Institute for International Studies (CIIS)…

Chinese Government Expands Freedom of Information

Amid concerns over increasing restrictions to freedom of information in the United States, the Chinese government appears to be moving in…

Don't Get Too Excited About China's Latest Corruption Crackdown

A human rights lawyer explains why party leaders have been doing this for decades. The more things change, the more they…

The Sources of U.S.-China Strategic Mistrust

The historical use of ambiguity has been at the foundation of postwar U.S.-China ties. The recent visits of U.S. Defense Secretary…

Obama looks to salvage Asia 'pivot' as allies fret about China

When a Philippine government ship evaded a Chinese blockade in disputed waters of the South China Sea last month, a U.S. Navy…

Xi Jinping’s Africa Policy: The First Year

In this blog, Yun Sun examines the Xi Jinping administration's new engagement with Africa during the first year since his…

America’s Interests and Challenges in the South China Sea

As the Philippines seeks to internationalize its South China Sea (SCS) dispute with Beijing through an arbitration tribunal in The…

Now What About the Next 35 Years in U.S.-China Relations?

The U.S.-China Public Policy Forum on the 35th Anniversary of U.S.-China Diplomatic Relations was held at Harvard on March 23-25. The…

35 Years of U.S.-China Relations: Diplomacy, Culture and Soft Power (Video)

On Friday, March 28th, the John L. Thornton China Center at the Brookings Institution and the China Institute for International Studies (CIIS)…

Xi Jinping’s Africa Policy: The First Year

In this blog, Yun Sun examines the Xi Jinping administration's new engagement with Africa during the first year since his…

Thousands Protest Taiwan's Trade Pact With China

TAIPEI—Tens of thousands of people gathered for a protest outside Taiwan's Presidential Office Building in downtown Taipei on Sunday, stepping…

Could China and Japan Work Together in East Africa?

Despite troubled relations at home, the two countries have a shared interest in Africa. On February 25 China joined the U.S.,…

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The Sources of U.S.-China Strategic Mistrust

The historical use of ambiguity has been at the foundation of postwar U.S.-China ties. The recent visits of U.S. Defense Secretary…

Obama looks to salvage Asia 'pivot' as allies fret about China

When a Philippine government ship evaded a Chinese blockade in disputed waters of the South China Sea last month, a U.S. Navy…

Xi Jinping’s Africa Policy: The First Year

In this blog, Yun Sun examines the Xi Jinping administration's new engagement with Africa during the first year since his…

America’s Interests and Challenges in the South China Sea

As the Philippines seeks to internationalize its South China Sea (SCS) dispute with Beijing through an arbitration tribunal in The…

The Carter Center Forum on U.S.-China Relations: Panel Three Video and Transcript

The Carter Center Forum on U.S.-China Relations, November 11-12, 2013. Panel Three Video and Transcript. Monday, November 11, 2013: Panel III: Perceptions through…

Should China Support Russia in the Ukraine

Since the Ukraine crisis, Chinese President Xi Jinping has made two important phone calls, one to German Chancellor Angela Merkel,…

Russian Embassy Makes Gaffe the Size of Tiananmen Square

The Russian Embassy in Beijing has just committed a large digital diplomacy gaffe, one the size and shape of a…

The Carter Center Forum on U.S.-China Relations: Panel Two Video and Transcript

The Carter Center Forum on U.S.-China Relations, November 11-12, 2013. Panel Two Video and Transcript. Monday, November 11, 2013: Panel II: Reinventing Bilateral…

‘Enemies of Humanity’ — China Debates Who’s to Blame For the Kunming Attack

It’s already being called “3.01,” or “three oh one,” a date that will likely burn in China’s collective memory for…

Beneath the glacier

Against a powerful alliance of factory bosses and Communist Party chiefs, Zeng Feiyang cuts a frail figure. Mr Zeng, who…

Freedom with an asterisk

A survey conducted in recent months in 17 countries for BBC World Service by GlobeScan, a polling company, suggests a…

Chinese Government Expands Freedom of Information

Amid concerns over increasing restrictions to freedom of information in the United States, the Chinese government appears to be moving in…

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