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

Thursday, March 17, 2011 9:00 am – 12:15 pm American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Wohlstetter Conference Center, Twelfth Floor, 1150 Seventeenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036 Dramatic […]
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 […]
March 14, 2011

The Year of the Tiger: China’s Spy Satellite Surge in 2010

From late 2009 to late 2010, as attention on East Asia was consumed by high tensions on the Korean Peninsula and at the edges of the East China […]
February 23, 2011

China’s Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) Satellite Developments: Implications for U.S. Air and Naval Operations

By: Ian Easton and Mark Stokes | A review of authoritative Chinese writings indicate that the People’s Republic of China is researching, developing, testing, and deploying […]
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