Why Trump’s Indo-Pacific Concept Cannot Be a Strategy to Counter China
Politics,Security,China
By Anita Inder Singh - 16 Nov 2018

Why Trump’s Indo-Pacific Concept Cannot Be a Strategy to Counter China

The Trump administration’s concept of the “Indo-Pacific” should be placed in the context of the main strategic aims of his administration: to preserve the world primacy of the US and to prevent a strong China from displacing the US in Asia.
Xi Jinping’s Dictum of “Building a World Class Military”
Security,China

By Amrita Jash - 15 Nov 2018

Xi Jinping’s Dictum of “Building a World Class Military”

Four Reasons Why China Should Not “Customize” Google.cn
Society,Cyberspace,China

By Xiaolin Duan - 14 Nov 2018

Four Reasons Why China Should Not “Customize” Google.cn

Trump’s Asia Policy is Mostly About China
Politics,China

Trump’s Asia Policy is Mostly About China

With the exception of its attempt to get North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons, the US’ Asia policy is mostly about China, or more accurately, what other countries can do to help it win its struggle with China for dominance in the region.
Meeting China’s Rise: Proposing A New Rebalancing Strategy for ASEAN
Politics,China,Southeast Asia

Meeting China’s Rise: Proposing A New Rebalancing Strategy for ASEAN

ASEAN states’ unwavering support of the “ASEAN Way,” characterized by the making of consensus in tackling regional issues, probably suggested that they maintained a prudent and pragmatic diplomatic posture towards China, in between firm rebalancing and full endorsement.
Where Should We Go Next? Opportunities and Challenges in the South China Sea
Security,Hotspots,China

Where Should We Go Next? Opportunities and Challenges in the South China Sea

With more than two years of relative peace and stability in the South China Sea since the conclusion of the South China Sea arbitration, there are now sporadic and occasional tensions in that region.
By Shicun Wu - 31 Oct 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
The 2018 Xiangshan Forum: Regional Issues and the North Korean Entrance
Politics,Security,China

The 2018 Xiangshan Forum: Regional Issues and the North Korean Entrance

The Xiangshan Forum, one of East Asia’s premier security forums, is being held in Beijing from October 24 to 26, 2018. What has attracted the attention of international observers is Pyongyang sending a delegation led by two heavyweights.
By Tai Wei Lim - 26 Oct 2018 | 12 comments Read more...
China’s Military Reform: The Quest for “Jointness” in Action
Security,China

China’s Military Reform: The Quest for “Jointness” in Action

The strategic move of restructuring China’s arm forces is aimed at building a joint battle system and strengthening joint command ensuring the People’s Liberation Army’s capability of “fighting and winning battles and effectively safeguarding China’s national security.”
By Amrita Jash - 25 Oct 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
The “Debt Trap” is not Detrimental to the BRI
Politics,Economy,China

The “Debt Trap” is not Detrimental to the BRI

While the debt issue is definitely a major obstacle to some projects, it is not detrimental to the Belt and Road Initiative. In order to address this problem, China has strengthened cooperation and policy coordination with the BRI states and made some progress on it.
By Nian Peng - 19 Oct 2018 | 0 comments Read more...
Debate over China Takes a Dangerous Turn
Security,Hotspots,China

Debate over China Takes a Dangerous Turn

The articles by Gordon Chang in response to Lyle Goldstein’s posted in the National Interest contain several inappropriate innuendos. One of Chang’s statements is: “Wars start because aggressors read articles like Lyle Goldstein’s and think they can take what they want.”
US Midterm Elections and Trump Hating China: What’s Really Going On?
Politics,China

US Midterm Elections and Trump Hating China: What’s Really Going On?

Recently a number of stories have appeared in the Western liberal media pushing the narrative that US President Donald Trump despises both China and the Chinese people. These are useful to the Democratic Party going into an election in November 2018.
“Trade Wars Are Good and Easy to Win”: US July Trade Data Says Otherwise
Politics,Economy,China

“Trade Wars Are Good and Easy to Win”: US July Trade Data Says Otherwise

Many analysts are looking at the disaggregated July US imports from China because changes in the July importation figure of the affected items are the first tangible data points of how the Chinese exports to the US have been affected.
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