In this episode, Mr. Timothy Heath joins us to discuss China’s views of and engagement with the international order. He analyzes China’s rise in the postwar era and details findings from a recent RAND Corporation report titled “China and the International Order.” Mr. Heath also assesses China’s behavior toward international norms and its development of multilateral institutions. He proposes how the US might be able to effectively manage China’s growing power and predicts key factors that could impact how Beijing approaches the international order moving forward.
In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Erica Downs and Dr. Jeffrey Becker to discuss the recent opening of China’s military facility in Djibouti and its implications for Chinese foreign policy and strategy.
In this episode, Dr. Joshua Eisenman joins us to discuss China’s development policies and engagement with the developing world.
Proposition: The Belt and Road Initiative will achieve China’s desired strategic and economic gains
This episode discusses China’s hosting of the G20 Summit, how successful it was, and its implications on China’s role in global governance with Matt Goodman, Senior Advisor for Asian Economics and William E. Simon Chair in Political Economy at CSIS.
This inaugural episode explores the origins, aspirations, and potential success of the AIIB and what this means for China with Yukong Huang of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
China’s emergence as a global power is likely to be one of the most consequential factors in twenty-first century international politics. Yet questions persist as to whether China is now a developed country. Learn more about China’s level of development with this ChinaPower exclusive.
China is seeking to improve educational quality and increase access across the country. A well-educated Chinese workforce can bolster China’s technological and scientific development and thus strengthen the country’s position in an increasingly innovation-based global economy.