February 16, 2019
The United States and China have fundamentally divergent visions for cyberspace. The U.S. Department of Defense initially developed the Internet as a regional communications system but since then,...
February 13, 2019
South China Morning Post
Professor Roderick MacFarquhar, a prominent Western specialist on China, particularly the Cultural Revolution, died on Sunday. He was 88. Harvard University’s Fairbank Centre for China Studies, where...
February 12, 2019
Many analysts argue that public opinion creates pressure on Chinese leaders to act coercively in territorial disputes, and that it also limits their options to de-escalate once crises have broken out...
February 10, 2019
How does government rhetoric and propaganda affect mass reactions in international crises? Using two scenario-based survey experiments in China, one hypothetical and one that selectively reminds...
February 6, 2019
University of Oxford
As part of the H2020 China, Law and Development (CLD) project based at the University of Oxford, we are now advertising for three Post-Doctoral Research Associates (PDRAs). CLD is a unique inter-...
February 6, 2019
Weatheread East Asia Institute
Upcoming international symposium entitled "Vietnam & China in the Longue Durée" to take place in 1501 IAB from 22-23 February . Our symposium interrogates the political, cultural, social, and...
February 4, 2019
This chapter argues that China’s maritime power projection will occur along a continuum of national interests and capabilities that diminish dramatically with distance and could be subject to slowing...
February 4, 2019
The chapter finds that the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) reflects both China’s global aspirations and domestic economic and political imperatives but will have to overcome a range of challenges and...
February 4, 2019
This chapter examines China’s growing influence in Southeast Asia and the South China Sea, addressing implications for the region and the United States. China’s growing economic, strategic, and...
February 4, 2019
Northeast Asia is arguably the region that is and will remain the most consequential for China’s trajectory for the foreseeable future. China shares this neighborhood with Japan and the Republic of...

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