Maria Adele Carrai and Michael Szonyi discuss the implications of China’s global status for the U.S.-China relationship.
Chin-Hao Huang argues that China’s desire for legitimacy and acceptance constrains its exercise of coercive action vis-à-vis its Southeast Asian neighbors.
Scott Moore explores how shared ecological and technological challenges force the world to re-envision China’s rise and its role in the world.
Cheng Li examines the policy implications of expected personnel changes at China’s coming 20th Party Congress.
Dawn Murphy discusses how China competes in the world by exploring its behavior in the Middle East and Africa with Lina Benabdallah.
William C. Kirby discusses the rise of Chinese universities and whether China will become the global education leader in the 21st century.
Álvaro Méndez and Margaret Myers discuss China’s growing presence in Latin America and the Caribbean and its implications for the United States in a conversation moderated by Xiaoyu Pu.
Taiwan is a major flashpoint amid escalating tensions in U.S.-China relations. Ryan Hass explains U.S. policy on Taiwan.
Min Ye discusses the current status and future directions of China’s Belt and Road Initiative with Ka Zeng.
Bates Gill explores the motivations propelling China dynamic, assertive, and daring approach to the world.
Michael Swaine argues against alarmist exaggeration of China’s military and for effective approaches to China’s increasingly powerful military.
Louisa Lim examines present day Hong Kong through the lens of its long history, and considers its future prospects.