Trade and Investment Drive China-EU Ties
Economy,China
By Anita Inder Singh - 15 Feb 2019

Trade and Investment Drive China-EU Ties

China and the EU differ on political and human rights issues, while trade and investment comprise the main components of the China-EU tie. Burdened by a decade of declining economic investment, the EU and its member-states have welcomed China’s investments.
America and China: Long-Term Friends or Enemies?
Politics,China

By John F. Copper - 24 Jan 2019

America and China: Long-Term Friends or Enemies?

A Coming Shift in US Security Policy in the South China Sea?
Security,Hotspots,China

By Mark J. Valencia - 19 Jan 2019

A Coming Shift in US Security Policy in the South China Sea?

Singapore’s Relations with China before Decolonization
Politics,China,Southeast Asia

Singapore’s Relations with China before Decolonization

Singapore’s relations with China can be traced back to the precolonial period. Archeological digs have uncovered “Chinese glass beads and vessels, as well as the fragment of a rare porcelain pillow and a unique compass bowl,” suggesting “an exceptionally close relationship with China.”
Modi-Solih Pact: A Challenge to China in the Maldives
Politics,China,South Asia

Modi-Solih Pact: A Challenge to China in the Maldives

Maldives’ President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih’s visit to India marks a new line of engagement in strengthening the two countries’ bilateral relations, which had fallen under the shadow of a Chinese stronghold under former President Abdulla Yameen.
By Rishi Gupta - 10 Jan 2019 | 0 comments Read more...
Hong Kong in China: Rethinking the Hong Kong-Mainland Relationship (Part 3)
Politics,Hotspots,China

Hong Kong in China: Rethinking the Hong Kong-Mainland Relationship (Part 3)

As Hong Kong orients itself towards the future, it needs to reinvigorate its collective consciousness. Its people must find the courage to admit to a new reality in its relations with the People’s Republic and find the voice to weave a new strategy and story that make sense.
Assessing the China-Philippines MOU on Cooperation on Oil and Gas Development
Hotspots,China,Southeast Asia

Assessing the China-Philippines MOU on Cooperation on Oil and Gas Development

The MOU between the Philippines and China is an important step for bilateral efforts towards the direction of expanding cooperation to marine resources development. It will also impact dispute management and peace and security in the South China Sea.
China and Japan’s Business Cooperation in Third Countries
Economy,China,East Asia

China and Japan’s Business Cooperation in Third Countries

In October 2018 during the China-Japan Forum on Third Country Business Cooperation, over 50 Memorandums of Understanding were signed. The most important one was on financial support for Chinese and Japanese companies in their business cooperation in third countries.
By Amrita Jash - 26 Dec 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
China and US Intellectual Property and Technology
Politics,Economy,China

China and US Intellectual Property and Technology

Recently, American accusations that China is stealing its intellectual property and technology have caused serious stress in US-China relations. The imputations provoke questions that deserve answers.
US-China Interactions and other Sideshows at the APEC and G20 Meetings
Politics,Economy,China

US-China Interactions and other Sideshows at the APEC and G20 Meetings

The APEC meeting turned out to be frosty and cold between the world’s two largest economies, as it did not produce a joint communique at the end. The G20 meeting was more fruitful as China and the US agreed to a temporary trade truce.
By Tai Wei Lim - 21 Dec 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
"Flies and Barriers": On the China-US Relationship
Politics,Economy,China

"Flies and Barriers": On the China-US Relationship

American thinking about the ways we interact with other nations is shifting from acceptance of asymmetries to demands for reciprocity and equal treatment.
Implications of US “Incrementalism” in the South China Sea
Security,Hotspots,China

Implications of US “Incrementalism” in the South China Sea

The US is incrementally increasing its frequency and type of FONOP in the South China Sea, so as to reassure its allies of its resolve and to put the onus on China to take the risk of conflict. Employing this tactic has negative implications for its standing in the region.
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