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Some November Reflections on China's Plenum and America's Election

Dr. Robert A. Kapp 柯白 is Senior Advisor to the China Program of The Carter Center. He earned his doctorate in Modern Chinese History at Yale University.  Among other positions, he served as President of the US-China Business Council 美中贸易全国委员会…

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Some November Reflections on China's Plenum and America's Election

Dr. Robert A. Kapp 柯白 is Senior Advisor to the China Program of The Carter Center. He earned his doctorate…

China Seeks to Become a ‘Polar-Region Power’

China is entering a “brand-new historical era” in polar development, a senior Chinese official said in commentary published on Wednesday, a…

Promises and Pitfalls of the U.S.-China Relationship

As China’s new leader, Xi Jinping, and reelected U.S. President Barack Obama begin to build their relationship, the two leaders…

CASS Delegation Visits The Carter Center

November 10-12, 2014: Atlanta, Georgia A delegation of political science researchers visited The Carter Center (TCC) on November 12. The delegation…

Xi Jinping says China will always seek to resolve disputes peacefully

Xi Jinping has asserted China’s dominant position in the Asia-Pacific region while assuring neighbours and the US that it will seek…

The Factory to the World Needs a Hand

It’s a measure of the glum global economic outlook these days that even in the fastest growing region in the…

Obama Faulted for Having Fewer Experts on China Policy

Three years after President Barack Obama vowed to shift his focus toward Asia in response to China’s growing power, the…

The New Silk Road: China's Marshall Plan?

In 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping unveiled plans for two massive trade and infrastructure networks connecting East Asia with Europe:…

China, Russia Seek Expanded Defense Cooperation

As Ankit noted on our Flashpoints blog today, the U.S., Japan, and Australia took advantage of the G20 summit in…

Will Islamic State Cripple the Pivot?

The “pivot to Asia,” also known as the “rebalance,” is the most important geopolitical shift in U.S. strategy since the…

The US-China MOU on Air and Maritime Encounters

The U.S.-China Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) On the Rules of Behavior for the Safety of Air and Maritime Encounters announced after the…

China and Japan Reach Accord on Disputed Islands: Let’s Agree to Disagree

Signaling a potential thaw in their long-frozen relations, China and Japan announced Friday that they had effectively agreed to disagree over the sovereignty…

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China’s Reality in the US-China Climate Change Deal

The United States and China recently agreed to reduce carbon emissions in what has been called a landmark climate change…

Asia Pushes Hard for Clean Energy

Even as China’s economy begins to cool, its hunger for energy is still climbing. So also is its capacity to generate…

How Much is the U.S.-China Climate Deal Worth?

Since the failure of the 2009 climate summit in Copenhagen, both the United States and China have largely retreated from…

To Impress APEC Leaders, China Cracks Down on Beijing Life

As she does every year on the same day, Ms. Zhu hauled a large wreath of multihued paper chrysanthemums to…

Victor Shih: Student of China's inner workings

Victor Shih always had a knack for what makes China tick. Shih, an associate professor of International Relations and Pacific Studies…

Dreams Shattered in America

Dreams Shattered in America was written in 2013 by Zhou Xiaoping, who was relatively obscure at that time but has…

A Wrinkle In Tesla's China Strategy, And The Law Versus The Party

Every day, FP's China team at the Tea Leaf Nation channel scours dozens of Chinese media outlets to find compelling stories unreported in Western…

Beijing, We Have A Problem

Call it a mark of maturity. Without much fanfare, China launched an unmanned, unnamed spacecraft on Oct. 24, possibly paving the…

U.S. concerned that China wants to establish its own regional hegemony

The Global Times: According to The Huffington Post, the U.S. wants to preserve its position as the keystone of regional…

Chinese military doesn’t have the ability to interfere in Iraq

China.com: The purpose of the U.S. media urging China to interfere in Iraq is obvious. It wants to leave the…

Chen Guangbiao wishes to help poor Americans: Free Lunch + 300 USD

Southern Daily: Recently, controversial Chinese billionaire Chen Guangbiao placed a full-page advertisement in the New York Times, looking to invite…

Difference between human rights reports from U.S. and China

Hao Ran: Comparison between human rights reports from the U.S. and China: 1. U.S. report covers the globe, evaluating human rights conditions…

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