US-China Trade Spat Unlikely to Worsen Despite Deficit
Politics,Economy,China
By John F. Copper - 01 Mar 2018

US-China Trade Spat Unlikely to Worsen Despite Deficit

Contrary to Trump’s comments at the World Economic Forum, a trade war remains unlikely despite the ongoing US-China trade deficit, as criticism of China is part of the campaign narrative and making China a scapegoat for things going wrong is old hat.
The New Concept of “Sharp Power” in International Politics: A Critique
Politics,China

By John F. Copper - 15 Feb 2018

The New Concept of “Sharp Power” in International Politics: A Critique

Trump, Congress Could Alter ‘One China’
Politics,China

By Judith Norton - 14 Feb 2018

Trump, Congress Could Alter ‘One China’

China’s Need to Build the “Polar Silk Road”
Economy,China

China’s Need to Build the “Polar Silk Road”

The Chinese agenda is to build the “Polar Silk Road” through developing the Arctic shipping routes. What makes it an essential need is the strategic significance of the Northern Sea Route, a potential key trading route between the eastern, western and northern hemispheres.
By Amrita Jash - 12 Feb 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
Sino-Japanese Ties and the Political Thaw in Northeast Asia
Politics,China,East Asia

Sino-Japanese Ties and the Political Thaw in Northeast Asia

On January 27-28, 2018, Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono visited Beijing to improve bilateral relations between the two countries. The Chinese side reciprocated and publicly announced its intention to improve relations with Japan.
By Tai Wei Lim - 09 Feb 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
Lessons Drawn from TV Series Depicting the KMT and CPC Contest
Politics,Society,China

Lessons Drawn from TV Series Depicting the KMT and CPC Contest

In recent years, there are many television series about the power struggle and cooperation between the KMT and the CPC since July 1921 in general and the period from September 1931 to December 1949 in particular.
Unfreezing China-Japan Relations: Easier Said than Done?
Politics,China,East Asia

Unfreezing China-Japan Relations: Easier Said than Done?

On January 5, 2018, at Jiji Press’ New Year Party, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that he wants to make this a year that people recognize that the Japan-China relationship improves significantly.
By Xiaolin Duan - 31 Jan 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
Explaining China’s Fast Rise as an Innovative Country
Society,China

Explaining China’s Fast Rise as an Innovative Country

In the last few years, China has climbed to the pinnacle of nations of the world in terms of creativity and innovation. Breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and quantum computers are thought to give China a big advantage in its global power and influence.
China’s Continuing Regional Efforts in 2018
Economy,China,Southeast Asia

China’s Continuing Regional Efforts in 2018

China’s activities in Southeast Asia indicate that the region remains an important one. The leadership of some countries in Southeast Asia are aligned with the Belt and Road Initiative’s vision of infrastructural connectivity.
By Tai Wei Lim - 22 Jan 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
Xi’s Great Power Diplomacy: “Building a Community of Common Destiny”
Politics,China

Xi’s Great Power Diplomacy: “Building a Community of Common Destiny”

The 19th Congress has set the precedent for China’s pathway to the center stage of great power diplomacy. China wants to play an active role in fostering a new type of international relations by “building a community of common destiny.”
By Amrita Jash - 19 Jan 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
Top Two Targets of Western Liberal Media Bias: Trump and China
Politics,China

Top Two Targets of Western Liberal Media Bias: Trump and China

Proof can be heard or seen almost daily of Western liberal media bias against US President Donald J Trump and the People’s Republic of China. The two are the foremost targets of the liberal media’s unfairness and ill will like no others.
The 2017 Sino-Canadian Investment Reset
Economy,China

The 2017 Sino-Canadian Investment Reset

Canada’s economic exchange with China started in the 1960s with wheat exports to China. Today, 50 percent of Canadian exports to China are based on natural resources and the Canadian government believes that they have more resources to offer.
By Tai Wei Lim - 26 Dec 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
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