Questions still remain about the plans established by the Third Plenum of the 18th Party Congress to make market forces the driving factor behind China’s economy.
China’s rapid development can offer inspiration and direction for Africans, but Africa’s leaders must translate the lessons of China’s experience into a path that fits local contexts.
China’s military modernization and maritime assertiveness present challenges for the U.S.-China relationship. Middle powers can play a meaningful role in encouraging more constructive Chinese participation in maintaining international security.
Patrick Cronin of the Center for New American Security talks with Carnegie-Tsinghua’s Paul Haenle about U.S. security objectives in Asia and the importance of a strong and stable U.S.-China relationship.
Carnegie–Tsinghua’s Paul Haenle and Peking University’s leading North Korea expert, Zhu Feng, discuss the recent purge of Jang Song-taek and its implications for Chinese-North Korean relations.
Carnegie–Tsinghua’s Paul Haenle speaks with resident scholar Wang Tao about sustainable solutions to help China better support its burgeoning electric vehicle industry.
Carnegie-Tsinghua’s Paul Haenle talks with Christopher Johnson of the Center for Strategic and International Studies about Beijing’s new air defense identification zone (ADIZ) and China’s broader security environment.
Carnegie-Tsinghua’s Paul Haenle talks with MIT’s Taylor Fravel about China’s regional maritime strategy, the implications of its new neighbor diplomacy for U.S.-China relations, and the significance of China’s new national security committee.
In the second part of their interview, Carnegie-Tsinghua’s Paul Haenle talks with Peking University’s Wang Yizhou about Beijing’s North Korea policy and whether the United States and China can find common ground on issues ranging from the North Pole and outer space to cyberspace and international finance.
Carnegie–Tsinghua’s Paul Haenle talks with Peking University’s Dr. Wang Yizhou about the new strategic approach to regional diplomacy articulated by President Xi Jinping and the limits of China’s role in the Middle East.