Implications of China’s Rise


    • Event

    Transformation of China’s Diplomacy: New Disciplines, New Paradigm, and New Strategy

    China’s traditional diplomacy is at a crossroads as it adjusts to the new global order. The financial crises, climate change, and regional instability have propelled China into a new global role and in turn, a new era of diplomacy.

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    Monsoon: The Greater Indian Ocean in the 21st Century

    Recently, China announced that it is considering an offer by the Seychelles to use its ports for resupplying naval vessels. Meanwhile, India is believed to be planning a cooperative effort with Vietnam on oil and gas exploration in the South China Sea.

    • Op-Ed

    America's New Asia Initiative: Pivot or Stumble?

    The execution of America’s strategic 'pivot' to Asia, and China's response, are combining to deepen mutual suspicions and potentially destabilize the entire area.

    • Article

    Europe, the United States, and Asia

    • Ulrich Speck
    • December 01, 2011

    Europeans should recognize that Washington’s increased engagement in the Asia-Pacific is also in Europe’s best interests and work to develop its own strategic approach toward the region.

    • Op-Ed

    How China Can Defeat America

    With China’s growing influence over the global economy, and its increasing ability to project military power, competition between the United States and China may be inevitable but military clashes remain unlikely.

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    Putin’s New Strategy for Russia

    Part of Vladimir Putin’s grand vision for the Russian state includes the formation of a Eurasian Union. Since 2009, his foreign policy strategy has been aimed at attracting foreign investors and integrating the former Soviet states.

    • Op-Ed

    Self-Serving Firms Hurt Delicate Diplomacy

    China's future role in the international community is hotly debated both inside and outside the country. It remains to be seen how China's growing public power might affect the government's foreign policy.

    • Op-Ed

    Germany Must Do It, Not China

    Having benefited from the euro at the expense of nations such as Greece, Spain, and Portugal, Germany now has the opportunity to take responsibility for the survival of the Eurozone by sacrificing its current account surplus and allowing debt-laden countries to resume growth.

    • Q&A

    The Road to the Pacific

    While President Obama will use his ten day trip to the Asia-Pacific to demonstrate that the United States is serious about its involvement in the region, his substantive agenda appears thin and may disappoint those with high expectations.

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    Global Economic Climate and how it Impacts the American Economy

    National economies are becoming increasingly interdependent and a fiscal policy made halfway across the world can have global reverberations. As a result, an understanding of the current investment climate in the United States requires an understanding of the global economic climate.

Carnegie Experts on
Implications of China’s Rise

  • expert thumbnail - Xuefeng
    Sun Xuefeng
    Resident Scholar
    Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy
    Sun Xuefeng specializes in the rise of great powers and international relations theory. At Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, he runs a program examining the international and regional implications of China’s rise.

About the Program

Since the end of the Cold War, China has been experiencing a rise in relative power. This has particularly been the case since 2008, when China weathered the financial crisis relatively well. Implications of China’s Rise will explore how China’s rise is being interpreted and felt across the globe with particular emphasis on East Asia.

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