Trans-Pacific Partnership: The View From China
Economy,China
By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim - 01 Mar 2016

Trans-Pacific Partnership: The View From China

On October 5, 2015 in Atlanta, trade negotiators from the US and eleven of its allies in the Pacific Rim reached final agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, sending the trade agreement back to their national legislatures for final ratification.
Recent Developments In Sino-Vietnamese Relations
Economy,China,Southeast Asia

By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim - 01 Mar 2016

Recent Developments In Sino-Vietnamese Relations

Latin America And China's “New Normal”
Economy,China

By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim - 01 Mar 2016

Latin America And China's “New Normal”

Sino-Cambodian Relations:  Recent Economic and Military Cooperation
Economy,China,Southeast Asia

Sino-Cambodian Relations: Recent Economic and Military Cooperation

In a conference on Sino-Cambodian cooperation held in June 2015, Bu Jianguo, China’s ambassador to Cambodia, identified Cambodia as being located on China’s 21st Century Maritime Silk Road development plan.
“Iron Brothers”: Sino-Pakistani Relations and  The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
Politics,Economy,South Asia

“Iron Brothers”: Sino-Pakistani Relations and The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

In his first state visit to Pakistan on April 20, 2015, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced a massive package of investments in Pakistan’s infrastructure.
The Middle East and China's “Belt and Road”: Xi Jinping's 2016 State Visits to Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Iran
Economy,China

The Middle East and China's “Belt and Road”: Xi Jinping's 2016 State Visits to Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Iran

For his first overseas tour of 2016, Chinese President Xi Jinping visited 3 key nations in the Middle East: Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Iran.
The US, China, and the AIIB:  From Zero-Sum Competition to Win-Win Cooperation?
Economy,China

The US, China, and the AIIB: From Zero-Sum Competition to Win-Win Cooperation?

The unexpected support from the UK and other US allies for the AIIB shows that many countries don’t share the US’ understanding of the AIIB as representing a zero-sum competition for global influence.
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