Domain Name Registration Rules: China and the US Need to Understand Each Other
Cyberspace,China
By Xingdong Fang - 14 Apr 2016

Domain Name Registration Rules: China and the US Need to Understand Each Other

On March 28, 2016, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology announced its Internet Domain Name Management Rules (Opinion-Seeking Revision Draft), and officially solicited opinions from the public. The overseas media had a field day over this announcement.
Will the Beijing Consensus Follow the Washington Consensus to Oblivion?
Politics,Economy,China

By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 12 Apr 2016

Will the Beijing Consensus Follow the Washington Consensus to Oblivion?

Understanding the Failure of Farmers’ Specialized Cooperatives in China
Society,China

By Zhanping Hu, Qian Forrest Zhang and John A Donaldson - 11 Apr 2016

Understanding the Failure of Farmers’ Specialized Cooperatives in China

China and the United States: Two Outlooks of World Order and their Conflict
Politics,China

China and the United States: Two Outlooks of World Order and their Conflict

From a formal point of view, the UN system is the core of the contemporary world system. However, the United States and China have very different understanding and perception about the UN system.
National Interests, International Law, and China’s Position on the South China Sea Disputes
Security,Hotspots,China

National Interests, International Law, and China’s Position on the South China Sea Disputes

China’s non-participation policy in the South China Sea arbitration case goes against its own national interests, as there are probably better ways to deal with the difficulties that China is facing in the South China Sea disputes.
By Jiangyu Wang - 06 Apr 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Iron Silk Road:  The Rise of China and the Expansion of High Speed Railways
Economy,China

Iron Silk Road: The Rise of China and the Expansion of High Speed Railways

Regional transportation networks constructed by China will contribute significantly to its leadership in Asia. Transportation networks will provide China with new and diversified supply lines and consumer markets, helping it to spread its regional economic influence.
Will Tobin Tax Work in China?
Economy,China

Will Tobin Tax Work in China?

The present market structure of China might give Tobin tax a good chance to succeed if its objective is to stabilize short term capital flow and exchange rate volatility.
Credit Where Credit Is Due: Celebrating China's 13th Five-Year Plan
Economy,China

Credit Where Credit Is Due: Celebrating China's 13th Five-Year Plan

China's 13th Five-Year Plan includes concrete plans for expressways, airports, railways, and urban mass transit. Just as important, it includes an extra USD 93 billion for poverty alleviation.
How are Chinese Investors Protected in Investment Agreements?
Economy,China

How are Chinese Investors Protected in Investment Agreements?

ISDS provisions are a common feature of trade and investment agreements, and aim to give investors protection from discriminatory treatment by the states who are parties to these agreements.
By Tam Teo - 01 Apr 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
America’s Strategic Misjudgment and Miscalculation in the South China Sea Issue
Security,Hotspots,China

America’s Strategic Misjudgment and Miscalculation in the South China Sea Issue

The US has misjudged China, its intention and its role. It based its judgement on its own historical experience as an expansionistic empire and its deeply rooted great power ideology, and not on China’s diplomatic performance in the region.  
The Brussels and Lahore Bombings of March 2016 and Their Implications for China’s War on Terror
Security,China,South Asia

The Brussels and Lahore Bombings of March 2016 and Their Implications for China’s War on Terror

The Brussels attack and last year’s terrorist attacks in Paris have the potential to sway the shocked governments of Western Europe to offer greater support for China’s ongoing struggle against Uighur jihadists in Xinjiang.
2016: A Tough Year for China’s Economy
Economy,China

2016: A Tough Year for China’s Economy

Although economic deceleration is expected and is not necessarily a terrible outcome for China, concerns over the transition are warranted. Indeed, the economy is facing numerous constraints, domestically and externally.
By Sarah Y Tong - 30 Mar 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
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