September 21, 2011

China’s “Doctrine of Non-Interference”: The Curious Case of Iran

China’s actions have not been in tune with its foreign policy “doctrine of non-interference.” This is a good thing. On stage, Chinese diplomats continue to promulgate […]
September 9, 2011

New DF-31A ICBM Brigade in Hunan?

By Mark Stokes and L.C. Russell Hsiao | An amateur photographer posted a video on China’s Youku website on August 24 capturing a probable Dongfeng-31A (DF-31A) convoy transiting downtown […]
August 30, 2011

Asian Alliances in the 21st Century

By: Dan Blumenthal with Randall Schriver, Mark Stokes, Russell Hsiao, and Michael Mazza | Washington’s policy since the Nixon administration has been to welcome China into […]
July 25, 2011

Bound to fail

By: Randall Schriver | THE WASHINGTON TIMES | If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, […]
May 18, 2011

China’s Colombian Courtship

With its long history of civil war, drugs, and armed guerrilla groups, Colombia has never been an investor’s paradise. Other than the United States, most other […]
May 9, 2011

The Rise of China’s Eco-cities: A Harbinger of a Sustainable Future?

China is harnessing renewable energy resources in an effort to bolster economic growth, accommodate rural-to-urban migration, and promote environmental sustainability. Among bold initiatives is the State […]
April 18, 2011

Expansion of China’s Ballistic Missile Infrastructure Opposite Taiwan

By Mark Stokes | The Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Second Artillery Force appears to be in the midst of a significant expansion of its ballistic missile infrastructure […]
March 25, 2011

China and Pakistan: Emerging Strains in the Entente Cordiale

By: Isaac B. Kardon | Despite perceptions in Washington and New Delhi that China enjoys unique privileges and exercises inordinate influence in Pakistan, Beijing has shown […]
March 17, 2011

Reconsidering America’s China Policy: Engaging Party and People

March 17, 2011 Dramatic changes in Sino-American relations have left the longstanding US policy of “engagement” with China outmoded and ineffective. China’s economic, political, and military […]
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