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  • Reshaping Middle East Policy: U.S. and Chinese Approaches

    Reshaping Middle East Policy: U.S. and Chinese Approaches
    • April 16, 2019 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    President Trump’s reinvention of American foreign policy has done little to ease conflict in the Middle East. Despite his assertion that ISIS is defeated, the group remains a threat to the region’s stability. China is also starting to deepen its involvement in the region through the BRI.

  • China-EU Relations: The Road Ahead

    China-EU Relations: The Road Ahead
    • March 26, 2019 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    Brexit and the continued momentum of populist movements across the continent have rendered the future of the European Union (EU) uncertain. As anti-establishment leaders gain more influence, many observers worry about the direction of European politics.

  • More Turbulence Ahead? U.S.-China Relations After the Midterm Elections

     More Turbulence Ahead? U.S.-China Relations After the Midterm Elections
    • November 08, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    As frictions between the the U.S. and China rise, can leaders find ways to resolve security and trade disputes and establish a framework to manage competition in order to avoid zero-sum conflict?

  • Establishing an International Code of Conduct for Biological Scientists

    Establishing an International Code of Conduct for Biological Scientists
    • October 31, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    International efforts to mitigate potential threats from biotechnologies, such as the Biological Weapons Convention, have so far proven to be of limited effectiveness preventing their misuse.

  • Is the United States Driving China and Russia Together?

    Is the United States Driving China and Russia Together?
    • October 22, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    The U.S.-Russia bilateral relationship is facing unprecedented strains. At the same time, the U.S.-China relationship is growing increasingly contentious over what the Trump administration views as the lack of reciprocity across many areas, including trade, investment, media, education, and culture.

  • How U.S.-China-Russia Cooperation Can Mitigate Nuclear Threats

    How U.S.-China-Russia Cooperation Can Mitigate Nuclear Threats
    • October 09, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    China, Russia, and the United States face the difficult task of maintaining the following aspects of trilateral nonproliferation cooperation: limiting vertical growth of nuclear forces, preventing nuclear proliferation in new countries, and enhancing barriers against terrorists’ use of nuclear weapons.

  • A Precarious Peace: Prospects for Denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula

    A Precarious Peace: Prospects for Denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula
    • September 21, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    Though formal diplomatic efforts between the DPRK and China, South Korea, and the United States have resumed, a solution to the North Korea issue remains elusive.

  • Trade Wars and Policy Reforms: A Turning Point for the Global Economy

    Trade Wars and Policy Reforms: A Turning Point for the Global Economy
    • September 03, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    While the international community focuses its attention on trade, issues related to global production networks and flows of capital are essential to the discussion, which means monetary, investment, and fiscal policy must also be considered.

  • Developments in U.S. Missile Defense Policy and Their Regional Impact

    Developments in U.S. Missile Defense Policy and Their Regional Impact
    • July 17, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    While the U.S. argues that its deployment of the THAAD missile defense system in South Korea is necessary to counter the nuclear threat from North Korea, Chinese experts worry that U.S. missile defense assets in the region could undermine China’s strategic nuclear deterrent capability.

  • The Trump–Kim Singapore Summit: What to Expect

    The Trump–Kim Singapore Summit: What to Expect
    • June 06, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    Since President Trump accepted an invitation to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, he has raised expectations that North Korea might finally be willing to abandon its nuclear arsenal.

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