Xi Jinping’s Economic Cybersecurity  Agreement with Barack Obama
Cyberspace,China
By Gang Chen & Wen Xin Lim - 28 Mar 2016

Xi Jinping’s Economic Cybersecurity Agreement with Barack Obama

Chinese President Xi Jinping reached an agreement with US President Barack Obama in September 2015 to curb “cyber-enabled theft of intellectual property.”
America’s Dangerous Strategic Probes in the South China Sea
Security,China

By Bo Hu - 28 Mar 2016

America’s Dangerous Strategic Probes in the South China Sea

The AIIB through the Lens of the ADB
Economy,China

By Takehiro Masutomo - 24 Mar 2016

The AIIB through the Lens of the ADB

Is Australia Becoming an Appendage of the US Rebalance?
Security,China

Is Australia Becoming an Appendage of the US Rebalance?

Can Beijing hope for a somewhat independent or balanced Australian analysis of the changing Indo-Pacific regional order? The DWP’s treatment of the US rebalance doesn’t inspire confidence.
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Singapore’s Dollar Defense of 1985 and its Relevance for China
Economy,China,Southeast Asia

Singapore’s Dollar Defense of 1985 and its Relevance for China

There are valuable lessons that policy makers can draw from the successful defense of the Singapore dollar against depreciation pressure in 1985 and interestingly, the case bear many resemblances to the RMB situation today.
The Dynamic Balance of Power in the South China Sea
Security,Hotspots,China

The Dynamic Balance of Power in the South China Sea

The discussion and debate on the South China Sea dispute has fallen into a deadlock between two monological contexts, generally between Chinese commenters and their counterparts from the US and its allies.
China’s Rule of Law Dilemma
Politics,Hotspots,China

China’s Rule of Law Dilemma

Less than one year after the party invoked the building of the “rule of law,” 317 human rights lawyers, activists and their family members in China since July 2015 have been reportedly detained and investigated.
China’s National People’s Congress 2016: Reforms Entering Uncharted Waters
Politics,China

China’s National People’s Congress 2016: Reforms Entering Uncharted Waters

The Xi Jinping-Li Keqiang leadership faced the daunting challenges of reviving the anaemic economy and pushing through a domestic restructuring programme.
By Gang Chen - 21 Mar 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Why China’s Economic “New Normal” Fails to Solve  the Urban Smog Problem
Environment,China

Why China’s Economic “New Normal” Fails to Solve the Urban Smog Problem

The chronic smog problems afflicting major Chinese cities like Beijing and Shanghai have grown even bigger in the past few years while the country’s GDP growth decelerated.
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China and Global Governance: Breaking Away or Pushing In?
Economy,China

China and Global Governance: Breaking Away or Pushing In?

It is necessary to review China’s enhanced yet uneven participation in global and multilateral institutions, and to recognize that China has not been fully included in a few important arenas of multilateral cooperation and governing regime building such as energy.
By Fengshi Wu - 21 Mar 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Is Kyle Bass Right in Predicting a RMB Crash?
Economy,China

Is Kyle Bass Right in Predicting a RMB Crash?

Bass’ prediction was based on the possibility of a loan loss of RMB 22.75 trillion (USD 3.5 trillion) that will force China’s banking system to shed 10% of its assets.
Is the Super Central Bank Model Coming to China?
Economy,China

Is the Super Central Bank Model Coming to China?

Last year, a series of financial crises forced the Chinese authorities to take a closer look at the regulatory setup of the financial system. The most popular replacement strategy suggested is to form a super central bank.
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