The Five Principles: China’s Take on the New World Order
Politics,Society,China
By Yu Fu - 31 Jul 2018

The Five Principles: China’s Take on the New World Order

The “Five Principles” will be the main feature of China’s version of the new world order. According to China, they give expression to the democratic spirit in contemporary international relations and the desire of the international community.
Mattis’ China Visit and Rising Tension in the South China Sea
Security,Hotspots,China

By Mark J. Valencia - 30 Jul 2018

Mattis’ China Visit and Rising Tension in the South China Sea

Turmoil in the Global Geopolitical Order
Politics,Economy,China

By Tai Wei Lim - 27 Jul 2018

Turmoil in the Global Geopolitical Order

The New Status Quo in the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands Dispute?
Politics,China,East Asia

The New Status Quo in the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands Dispute?

In May 2018, China and Japan agreed to start operating a maritime and air liaison mechanism, aiming to avert accidental clashes and avoid military misunderstanding and misjudgment in the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands.
By Xiaolin Duan - 18 Jul 2018 | 1 comments Read more...
US-China Trade War: Much-needed Recalibration or No-win Situation?
Politics,Economy,China

US-China Trade War: Much-needed Recalibration or No-win Situation?

The US is preparing for a new round of tariffs on USD 200 billion worth of Chinese products, following an earlier 25 percent tax on USD 34 billion in Chinese imports. The second wave of tariffs includes finished products sought after by the average US consumer.
By Tai Wei Lim - 13 Jul 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
Development of China’s High Technology Industry
Economy,China

Development of China’s High Technology Industry

China has tried to develop its high technology industry through foreign direct investment since the 1990s. Despite the clear growth in high technology production, China has continued to rely on capital equipment and key components imported from foreign countries.
Understanding Donald Trump May Help to Avoid US-China Trade War
Politics,Economy,China

Understanding Donald Trump May Help to Avoid US-China Trade War

President Donald Trump announced the US would be applying tariffs amounting to USD 34 billion on certain Chinese goods imported by the US, commencing from midnight of July 6, 2018. The liberal Western media responded as if the sky was going to fall.
The Environmental Challenges of the Belt and Road Initiative
Environment,China

The Environmental Challenges of the Belt and Road Initiative

China is moving ahead with the Belt and Road Initiative. However, clear policy guidance on exactly how to ensure that the construction of infrastructure projects is pursued in an environmentally sustainable way is largely absent from the debate.
US Policy in the South China Sea: Confusing the Possible with the Probable
Security,Hotspots,China

US Policy in the South China Sea: Confusing the Possible with the Probable

The war of words and tit-for-tat provocative actions of China and the US regarding the South China Sea could spiral out of control. Thus, it is a good time for analysts and decision makers to step back and distinguish between hope (the possible) and reality (the probable).
Technology Transfer and the US-China Trade War
Politics,Economy,China

Technology Transfer and the US-China Trade War

In the clash of the titans between the US and China, with a potential trade war looming in the background, trade in advanced technology and their intellectual property rights protection appear to be at the core and center of this disagreement.
By Tai Wei Lim - 28 Jun 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
Afghanistan: A Theater for Managing India-China Rivalry
Politics,China,South Asia

Afghanistan: A Theater for Managing India-China Rivalry

Afghanistan is one country where both India and China are investing their resources and reputations. However, unlike other countries and matters on which they compete and diverge, Afghanistan is being imagined as a possible theater of cooperation between the two.
Unity at the SCO whilst the G7 Sees Fallout
Politics,Economy,China

Unity at the SCO whilst the G7 Sees Fallout

As the G7 meeting was held close to the SCO gathering, observers did not fail to notice the contrasts between the two. They noted that there appeared to be strong unity within the SCO, while the G7 ended in a disagreement between the leaders of Canada and the US.
By Tai Wei Lim - 21 Jun 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
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