China

China's slam dunk

China has not just overtaken the US economy, but will soon leave it far behind, writes HUGH WHITE

Asia still festers over WWII wounds

The legacies of the Second World War could mean conflict today, write Nick Bisley and Brendan Taylor.

Why Australia should have joined the AIIB last November

If Australia is serious about infrastructure then it should have signed up to the Chinese bank months ago.

Why China won’t dominate Asia

Economic downturns, empty cities and a lack of strategic influence - China's challenges are almost insurmountable.

China–United States–Timor-Leste Trilateral Aid Cooperation Project on Agriculture

China's trilateral aid cooperation has been growing in recent years along with its overseas development assistance program.

Time for a new China vision

China is not seeking to break the rules of global order, writes Stuart Harris.

China in the Pacific: Zombie Ideas Stalk On

This In Brief examines some of the zombie ideas around Chinese influence in the Pacific, which were reanimated by the November 2014 visit of President Xi Jin

The New US Strategy towards Asia: Adapting to the American Pivot

Barack Obama's "rebalancing" or "pivot" strategy, intended to demonstrate continued US commitment to the Asia-Pacific region in a variety of military, econom

China’s Second White Paper on Foreign Aid

On 10 July 2014, China’s Information Office of the State Council released its second White Paper on Foreign Aid.

China's Foreign Policy

China's inexorable rise as a major world power is one of the defining features of the contemporary political landscape.

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