China

China Balances Uncertain Gains with Potentially Big Payoffs in Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)

Tereza Kobelkova, ‘China Balances Uncertain Gains with Potentially Big Payoffs in Belt and Road Initiative’, Asia Pacific Bulletin, No. 398, 27 September 2017.

The Economics-Security Nexus Under Trump and Xi: Policy Implications for Asia-Pacific Countries

In this Centre of Gravity paper, Professor Robert Aysons explores how the links between economic and security considerations are intensifying in Asia.

Chinese Thinking on the South China Sea and the Future of Regional Security

Feng Zhang, ‘Chinese Thinking on the South China Sea and the Future of Regional Security’, Political Science Quarterly, 132(3) 2017: 435-66.

IB2017/22 Pacific Island Countries, China & Sustainable Development Goals Part 3: Chinese Scholarships in the Pacific

This In Brief is the third in a four-part series that explores China’s development cooperation with Pacific island countries

Japan: From Passive Partner to Active Ally

H. D. P. Envall, ‘Japan: From Passive Partner to Active Ally’, in Michael Wesley, ed., Global Allies: Comparing US Alliances in the 21st Century, Canberra: ANU Press, 2017, pp. 15-30.

IB2017/18 Pacific Island Countries, China & Sustainable Development Goals Part 2: The Belt and Road Initiative

This In Brief is the second in a series that discusses China’s role in supporting Pacific island countries (PICs) to achieve

The Nomadic Other: Ontological Security and the Inner Asian Steppe in Historical East Asian International Politics

Joseph MacKay, ‘The Nomadic Other: Ontological Security and the Inner Asian Steppe in Historical East Asian International Politics’, Review of International Studies, 42(3) 2016: 471‒91.

IB2017/14 Pacific Island Countries, China & Sustainable Development Goals Part 1: Making the Most of Chinese Aid

This In Brief is the first in a four-part series that aims to enrich the debate on PICs–China development cooperation

Bates Gill (2017): China’s future under Xi Jinping: challenges ahead, Political Science

No development in international politics is attracting as much attention as the emergence of China as a great power. But many questions and uncertainties attend China’s rise.

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