China’s Shaky Latin American Liabilities

Op-Ed, National Interest July 13, 2014

China’s quest for natural resources is pushing it into close relationships with questionable regimes around the world.


Could the EU's Political Earthquake Affect Sino-EU Relations?

Article July 16, 2014

After the 2014 EU parliamentary elections, the sovereign debt crisis touched European bureaucrats and gained potential to reshape the direction of European politics and EU-China trade relations.

Topics Discussed

More from Beijing Shi Zhiqin analyzes the China and Europe partnership


More on Sino-EU Relations Zhang Lihua on China's public diplomacy in Europe


"Conflict Control" is Key to U.S.-China Relations in a Bipolar World

Op-Ed, Asahi Shimbun May 16, 2014

The concept of “conflict control” should play a key role at a time when China’s rise is driving a sea change in the world order.


Moving Beyond China’s Confident Rhetoric on Syria

Article June 9, 2014

China is unusually secure in its policy of nonintervention in the Syrian conflict. But will strong rhetoric and vetoes be enough?


Assessing China's Foreign Policy Under Xi

Podcast May 27, 2014

Chinese President Xi Jinping is pursuing a more active approach to solving global and regional issues, with “Chinese characteristics.”

Listen to the Two-Part Podcast


Assessing China’s Foreign Policy Under Xi (Part I)

Assessing China’s Foreign Policy Under Xi (Part II)

Topics Discussed

More from Beijing Zhao Kejin explains the guiding principles of China's new foreign policy


More from DC Douglas H. Paal assesses the Xi presidency


The BRICS and China's Networking Strategy for Social Power

Article June 6, 2014

The BRICS group is China's first successful effort to build its own global network with powerful non-Western countries.


China’s First Trip to RIMPAC

Q&A June 26, 2014

The world’s largest international maritime exercise, the 2014 Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise, is taking place from June 26 to August 1, 2014. Twenty-three countries are participating, including the United States, Japan, Australia, and, for the first time, China.

More on China's Foreign Policy Zhao Kejin examines China's relationship with Southeast Asia


More from Beijing Pang Xun assesses China's social power through its BRICS networking strategy