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.
China’s Approach to the Developing World: A Conversation with Joshua Eisenman
In this episode, Dr. Joshua Eisenman joins us to discuss China’s development policies and engagement with the developing world.
2017 ChinaPower Conference, Proposition 4: Leadership in Asia, Chen Dingding v. Evan Feigenbaum
Proposition: Beijing will effectively utilize the uncertainty of the Trump presidency to firmly establish China as the leader of Asia
2017 ChinaPower Conference, Proposition 3: Technology Innovation, Huang Can v. Adam Segal
Proposition: In the coming decade, China will emerge as a global leader in technology innovation
What Is the Source of China’s International Prestige and Influence?
Countries with high levels of prestige can attract other states to support their foreign policy goals. In order to analyze China’s changing position in the world, it is necessary to assess the source of China’s international prestige and influence.
Is China’s Soft Power Strategy Working?
Countries that can successfully leverage their national power are able to affect the behavior of other political actors. Toward this end, the Chinese government has developed top-down strategies designed to enhance its soft power.
How Are Global Views on China Trending?
Public opinion toward China can influence a country’s foreign policy orientation. Polling data is an important means of understanding these perceptions and tracing their long-term influence on international politics.
Is China Attracting Foreign Visitors?
Inbound and outbound tourism trends shed light on China’s global appeal and how the Chinese government cultivates its soft power. Tourism has been used by China as a political tool to further its interests and expand its influence.