China and the World

    "The 'Adults' Make a Mess"

    • Robert Kagan, William Kristol
    • May 14, 2001
    • The Weekly Standard

    We think the president has an instinctive sense that U.S. policy toward China should be a good deal tougher than it has been the last 12 years. Surely it's time for him to shape a coherent policy, bring his advisers into line, and not allow staffers to be hung out to dry. This would be the adult thing to do.

    Bush's Straight Talk on China

    The "One China" policy has been slowly but steadily collapsing under the weight of its own contradictions for more than a decade. And how could it not collapse? America's very arcane, very nuanced policy was created in 1979. The world then was so different from today's that it might as well have been 1879.

    The Surveillance Plane Crisis: Implications and Next Steps for US-China Relations

    • April 12, 2001
    • Washington, D.C.

    Scholars looked at the surveillance plane crisis and talked about the implications and next steps for US-China relations.

    China's Fragile Mindset

    National Humiliation

    • Robert Kagan, William Kristol
    • April 09, 2001
    • The Weekly Standard

    Whatever risks may accompany a policy of containment, the risks of weakness are infinitely greater. China hands both inside and outside the administration will argue that this crisis needs to be put behind us so that the U.S.-China relationship can return to normal. It is past time for everyone to wake up to the fact that the Chinese behavior we have seen this past week is normal.

    China's Game of Chicken

    In the coming weeks, an army of China experts is going to tell us that selling advanced arms to Taiwan is too risky. If history is any guide, however, it will be even riskier if Beijing thinks it is dealing with another "young and weak" American president.

    Corruption and Anti-corruption Strategies in China

    Discussion on corruption in China with Angang Hu, Qinghua University

    Future Shock: The WTO and Political Change in China

    Internet and Asia: Broadband or Broad Bans?

    Civil society is not the only group of actors which recognizes the potential political power of the Internet. Authoritarian governments are wary of the political communication the Internet makes possible. Many have pushed measures to control the technology and shape the Internet's development to their needs.

    Advancing Democracy: The Clinton Legacy

    As President Clinton exits the White House, Harold Koh, Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, evaluates the administration's strategy for and record of advancing democracy around the world.

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