China and the United States account for more than half of the world's coal production and consumption and so have a crucial role to play in putting global energy consumption on a more sustainable path.
Russian-U.S.-Chinese relations in the sphere of strategic stability are becoming a popular topic of discussion among politicians, but analytical research on the topic is still in its beginning stages.
China has played a significant role in the foreign policy discussions surrounding the 2012 U.S. presidential election.
Lighter cars, more efficient electricity use, and better integrated smart grids can all help to dramatically reduce global reliance on fossil fuels and demand nothing in the way of intervention on new regulation.
The 2012 APEC summit took place in Russia's far eastern city of Vladivostok. Following this summit, the Carnegie Moscow Center and the Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography of the Peoples of the Far East organized a conference in Vladivostok dedicated to the Asia-Pacific security in the 21st century.
The heated U.S. presidential election, coinciding with China’s once-a-decade political transition, has led to increased scrutiny of U.S.-China bilateral relations.
2012 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Sino-Indian border war, yet the present regional and bilateral conditions are still far from congenial.
With the right mix of realism and self-confidence, the EU may be able to pursue a more interests-based and assertive engagement with China and India.
As China and India’s nuclear and conventional capabilities evolve, there is a growing need to establish an open dialogue to overcome misperceptions and opacity surrounding each country’s nuclear posture.
India’s own strategic policy is coming into play as it forges close economic links to the rest of Asia.
Nuclear cooperation between the United States and China is more robust and effective than many believe, although there is still ample room for improvement.
There is a tradition of using China as a political scapegoat in the run-up to the U.S. presidential elections. As the bilateral relationship becomes increasingly important, however, this tradition risks undermining U.S.-Chinese relations.
In recent decades, the world has witnessed an unprecedented degree of engagement between United States and China. More active cooperation between the two largest economies in Asia-Pacific will be crucial for both regional and global development.
Russia, Pakistan, and other countries in Central and South Asia have historical connections with each other which can, and should, influence their current relationships.
Although China's government seems serious about rebalancing the country's economy away from its over-reliance on investment, historical precedents suggest that this will be very difficult.
Cybersecurity is a nascent but growing factor in Sino-U.S. deterrence and security dialogues and brings new challenges for how best to deter, counter, and respond to an attack.
Mapping convergence and divergence between China and India's respective nuclear stances is essential to expanding bilateral cooperation on nuclear issues.
Resource scarcity is becoming a greater global priority as the potential for conflicts over energy, water, and land increases.
The successful test launch of India’s Agni-V has led some to worry that a space race may be forming.
China’s recent moves to solidify relations with Latin America are having important ramifications for the region’s ties with the United States.