China and the World

    Why It Might Be Good For China if Foreign Investors Are Wary

    The chaos in Chinese stock markets last week was exacerbated by foreign investors selling Chinese shares, leaving Beijing’s regulators scrambling to regain their confidence while they tried to stabilize domestic markets.

    EU-China: What Went Wrong?

    The end of 2020 saw a landmark moment for EU-China Engagement, an agreement that was supposed to galvanize the EU and China. The last six months have seen the opposite.

    Meeting Challenges in the Indo-Pacific and China: French Strategic Perspectives

    Join us for a timely conversation with the French Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, Jean-Yves Le Drian.

    How the Chinese Negotiate with India

    Experts examines the history of how China has negotiated with India through the lens of six significant moments in the relationship, from India’s recognition of the PRC to the 1954 Tibet trade agreement to the Chinese recognition of Sikkim and the aftermath of the India-U.S. nuclear deal.

    Regime Change Is Not an Option in China

    The relationship between China and the United States is the central drama of global politics today. It captures and defines the current era: great-power rivalry, ideological competition, the diffusion of advanced technology, and the weakening of U.S. hegemony.

    What Will Be the Impact of China’s State-Sponsored Digital Currency?

    China’s new digital currency, the e-CNY, could give Beijing valuable information about financial transactions and be used by Chinese firms to sidestep U.S. sanctions. But in order for it to meet lofty ambitions, there are some tricky structural questions that must be worked out first.

    Why Joe Biden is Taking His Time with America’s China Policy

    We are now six months into the new administration of President Joe Biden, in the middle of his plans to “build back better” for the United States. But when it comes to policies related to China, there is not yet much to see that gives concrete meaning to that slogan.

    How Duterte Strong-Armed Chinese Dam-Builders But Weakened Philippine Institutions

    • Alvin Camba
    • June 15, 2021

    Despite public perceptions, Philippine ruling elites concerned with political expediency, not Chinese actors, are often the key culprits sidestepping social and environmental safeguards on infrastructure projects. Chinese players generally have accommodated these Philippine demands.

    The Local Roots of Chinese Engagement in Pakistan

    • Muhammad Tayyab Safdar
    • June 02, 2021

    China has intensified its economic engagement with Pakistan by cultivating influential political elites. But the deeper story of Chinese inroads is the diversification of ties to local stakeholders, notably in the education, media, and energy sectors.

    How China and Pakistan Negotiate

    • Katharine Adeney, Filippo Boni
    • May 24, 2021

    Many observers view Pakistan as a test case for China’s assertive overseas expansion plans. But sometimes, it is Chinese players who have had to adapt to Islamabad’s realities.

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