Can the US–China Strategic and Economic Dialogue Do Anything about the South China Sea?
Security,Hotspots,China
By Feng Zhang - 21 Jun 2016

Can the US–China Strategic and Economic Dialogue Do Anything about the South China Sea?

Given Washington’s rather overheated rhetoric on the South China Sea, might future iterations of the SED achieve any breakthrough in this most volatile area of US–China strategic relations?
The South China Sea: China Won’t Accept Cursory Judgement of its Inherent Rights
Security,Hotspots,China,Southeast Asia

By Shicun Wu - 20 Jun 2016

The South China Sea: China Won’t Accept Cursory Judgement of its Inherent Rights

On Freedom of Navigation in the South China Sea
Security,Hotspots,China

By Jian Zhou - 17 Jun 2016

On Freedom of Navigation in the South China Sea

North Korean Nuclear Issue: Strong Leadership from China Needed
Security,China,East Asia

North Korean Nuclear Issue: Strong Leadership from China Needed

China has toughened its stance on Pyongyang’s nuclear program. I look to China for leadership in addressing the problem of potential nuclear proliferation. It can provide this first of all by getting North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program.
By Sun-Jin Lee - 06 Jun 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Financial Sustainability of China’s Social Health Insurance Funds
Society,China

Financial Sustainability of China’s Social Health Insurance Funds

In March 2016, the reform of social health insurance was underlined in China’s 13th Five-Year Plan. In particular, the financially sustainable management of social health insurance is one of the key issues to be addressed in the Chinese health care system.
By Jiwei Qian - 03 Jun 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
China’s Military Reform: In Search of Centrality and Joint Capability
Security,China

China’s Military Reform: In Search of Centrality and Joint Capability

From November 2015 to February 2016, China officially launched the long-expected military overhaul to move the PLA away from its Soviet-style command structures towards an American-style joint operation command of the army, navy, air force, etc.
By Bojian Liu - 02 Jun 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
The Recent China-US Airplane Incident: More than Meets the Eye
Security,Hotspots,China

The Recent China-US Airplane Incident: More than Meets the Eye

According to the Pentagon, on May 17, 2016, two Chinese J-11 fighter jets intercepted a US Navy EP-3 intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance plane on a “routine patrol” in “international air space” about 100 nautical miles south of China’s mainland coast and 50 nm east of Hainan.
The South China Sea Dispute: Truth and Fiction
Security,Hotspots,China

The South China Sea Dispute: Truth and Fiction

Three years after it was launched, the curtain is coming down on the Philippines’ South China Sea arbitration case. Now is the time to take a step back from all the hustle and bustle to see through the past few years’ misrepresentations and distractions and get a clear understanding of the South China Sea issue.
Moderate Monetary Policies to Temper Exchange Rate Swings
Economy,China

Moderate Monetary Policies to Temper Exchange Rate Swings

The internationalization of the RMB requires a moderate international monetary environment as well as China’s policy effort. A monetary policy coordination could tone down monetary policies and exchange rate swings and would bring about a less volatile and more even international monetary environment.
Processing Exports Remain Crucial to the Chinese Economy
Economy,China

Processing Exports Remain Crucial to the Chinese Economy

The persistent fall of processing exports is very alarming and challenges the recovery of export growth, as processing exports remains more than one third of China’s exports.
By Yuqing Xing - 11 May 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
China and Japan: Psycho-Historical Warfare and the Role of America
Politics,China,East Asia

China and Japan: Psycho-Historical Warfare and the Role of America

The rocky relations between China and Japan in recent years are symptomatic of a long and complicated historical rivalry that is adjusting to rather uncomfortable historical contingencies.
The South China Sea: The Pots Are Calling the Kettle Black
Security,Hotspots,China

The South China Sea: The Pots Are Calling the Kettle Black

China’s claims, policies and actions in the South China Sea have been severely criticized by other claimants as well as external maritime powers. The protagonists are stepping up their public relations campaigns to bolster their positions. Much of the rhetoric fits the allegory of the pot(s) calling the kettle black as China’s major critics have undertaken similar actions.
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