Energy and Climate Collaboration Key to U.S.-China Relations

Op-ed August 8, 2014

Successful collaboration on energy and climate matters may hold the key to unlocking the tight knot in wider U.S.-China diplomatic relations.

More on China's energy Wang Tao discusses China's oil future




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?

Window Into China 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.

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The TPP and RCEP: Regional Trade Agreements with Tim Stratford

Podcast July 30, 2014

The TPP and RCEP trade agreements hold the potential to bring important positive economic and geopolitical benefits to the region.

More from the China in the World podcast series Paul Haenle and Dan Markey discuss China-Pakistan relations


China’s First Trip to RIMPAC

Window Into China 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.

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


More from Beijing Pang Xun assesses China's BRICS strategy