The Trump Challenge in US-China Relations
Politics,China,East Asia
By Zhiqun Zhu - 14 Dec 2016

The Trump Challenge in US-China Relations

Trump’s unexpected phone call with Taiwan’s leader, his ensuing tweets swiping at China’s currency policy and military buildup in the South China Sea and his interview on December 11 suggesting he might tear up the “one China” policy hit some of the most sensitive issues in US-China relations.
Taming China’s Stock Markets: Is the Anti-Graft Drive Working?
Economy,China

By Gang Chen - 13 Dec 2016

Taming China’s Stock Markets: Is the Anti-Graft Drive Working?

The Maritime Silk Road and South China Sea Disputes
Politics,Hotspots,China

By Hong Zhao - 12 Dec 2016

The Maritime Silk Road and South China Sea Disputes

Land Transfer and Rural Economic Reform in China
Economy,Society,China

Land Transfer and Rural Economic Reform in China

The National Development and Reform Commission of China released its five-year plan (2016-20) for rural economic development in November 2016. In this plan, rising costs in agricultural production have been highlighted as a major challenge.
By Jiwei Qian - 09 Dec 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
 Strains in South Korea-China Relations after Recent Events
Politics,China,East Asia

Strains in South Korea-China Relations after Recent Events

The relations between South Korea and China have experienced a sharp turn, which observers consider as the worst as South Korea edges towards its 2017 presidential elections. Recent events have exacerbated tensions between the two countries, leading to analysts believing that China may eventually lose South Korea as a reliable partner.  
The South China Sea Disputes: What’s Next?
Security,Hotspots,China

The South China Sea Disputes: What’s Next?

China should take advantage of the favorable situation in the South China Sea region to maintain stability. China should also keep improving the situation by strengthening its relations with the US, the other claimant countries, and the ASEAN countries.
By Shicun Wu - 01 Dec 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Xi Heralds Age of China-led Globalization at APEC Summit
Politics,Economy,China

Xi Heralds Age of China-led Globalization at APEC Summit

While the US and its allies were reeling from the recent election of Donald Trump as US president and his pledge to scrap the US-led Trans-Pacific Partnership once he comes into office, Chinese President Xi Jinping pushed APEC members to accelerate their negotiations towards the completion of two alternative regional trade agreements.
China Takes Over the Reins of Globalization from the West
Economy,China

China Takes Over the Reins of Globalization from the West

China is the world’s second largest economy; although its economic growth has dropped to a lower gear, the volume of its economy will overtake the US’ in the near future. A frail US economy sets the stage for China to ascend to the leader’s podium.
Circles and Circles: An Artistic Look at China’s Nation Building
Society,China

Circles and Circles: An Artistic Look at China’s Nation Building

After 1989 Beijing, social change and national development in China became displaced from the politics of New Democracy to a genericized and technocratic logic of development for its own ends. The anti-corruption campaign currently led by Xi Jinping amounts to a humanistic critique of technocracy, and the return of openly politicized discourse.  
By Rui Zhuo - 16 Nov 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Trump and the South China Sea
Security,Hotspots,China

Trump and the South China Sea

“Make America Great Again” was Trump’s campaign slogan. This probably translates to a Reaganesque “peace through strength” approach. Implementing such a policy in Southeast Asia is likely to be accompanied by blusters, threats and shows of force and gunboat diplomacy.
Trump’s Asia Policy: What Might We Expect and Not Expect?
Politics,China

Trump’s Asia Policy: What Might We Expect and Not Expect?

In the wake of Donald Trump’s victory in the US election, what has appeared in the press and on television suggests they are nothing less than obsessed in purveying a bad Trump presidency forecast. This goes especially for deconstructing what Trump may think of Asia.
China’s Economic Gifts as Extension of its Foreign Policy
Politics,Economy,China

China’s Economic Gifts as Extension of its Foreign Policy

China as a “regional bank” is not constrained geographically to Asia. In Latin America, the China Development Bank and the Export-Import Bank of China provided upwards of USD 29 billion to Latin American governments in 2015. In Europe, Chinese FDI increased by 44 percent from 2014 to reach USD 23 billion in 2015.
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