February 23, 2021
China has become one of the most important trading partners for many Asian countries, and Taiwan is at the forefront of China’s economic coercion. It also leads to the following empirical puzzle:...
February 16, 2021
Why Nations Rise: Narratives and the Path to Great Power by Manjari Chatterjee Miller Argues that elites in some states actively reframe their image when their economic and military power increases...
February 16, 2021
The PLA’s ability to project force within and beyond China’s borders, which Chinese strategists refer to as “strategic delivery,” depends on adequate logistics capabilities, systems, and policies...
February 11, 2021
Since assuming office on January 20, 2021, US President Joe Biden has yet to depart dramatically from the Trump administration’s tough posture toward Beijing. In a January 25 panel discussion hosted...
February 10, 2021
Aid, China, and Growth: Evidence from a New Global Development Finance Dataset, Dreher, Axel, Andreas Fuchs, Bradley C. Parks, Austin Strange, and Michael J. Tierney, American Economic Journal:...
February 3, 2021
Why has the People's Republic of China (PRC) courted international opprobrium, alarmed its neighbors, and risked military conflict in pursuit of its claims over vast areas of the South China Sea?...
February 3, 2021
In this episode of Asia Insight, M. Taylor Fravel, principal investigator of the Maritime Awareness Project (MAP), discusses key maritime issues in East Asia related to the South China Sea, the East...
February 2, 2021
How do states contest each other’s claims to disputed maritime spaces, and how can the risk of military confrontation be assessed and minimised? Maritime disputes have rapidly moved towards the...
February 1, 2021
Only two decades ago, China was a marginal player in the global aerospace industry. Today, the pace of China’s space programs is unparalleled and it has joined the sector’s leading ranks. China is...
January 30, 2021
In September 2016, China announced that it would temporarily divert the Xiabuqu, a tributary of the Brahmaputra located on the Tibetan Plateau, to begin the construction of two major hydroelectric...

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