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1. China's Ties with Southeast Asia : From Green Shoots to Sustained Recovery

2. The Impact of Intellectual Property Protection through FTA on International Trade

3. Work for Others, not Yourself: Globalization, Protectionism and Europe’s Quest for Strategic Autonomy

4. Curbing State-Driven Trade Policies: How to Craft New & Effective Approaches to Counter Distortive Practices

5. The US–China trade deal and its impact on China’s key trading partners

6. Remolding China’s ‘Empty’ Belt and Road Initiative: An Opportunity for the EU

7. Chinese Investments in the US and EU Are Declining—for Similar Reasons

8. A World Dividing: The International Implications of the Sino-American Rift

9. Expo promotes high-quality development

10. More than meets the eye in ROK ceding developing economy status

11. Chinese Leadership and the Future of BRI: What Key Decisions Lie Ahead?

12. Chinese investment in Uganda: new impetus for sustainable development?

13. International Sustainable and Climate Finance: Where are we and which is the role of China on this?

14. China Responds to Trade Tensions Responsibly

15. “Triple punch” policies to bring years of trade tensions

16. China will further open up but not due to US pressure

17. Beyond Manufacturing: Developing the Service Sector to Drive Growth in the PRC

18. EU trade diplomacy and the cold peace in cross-Strait relations

19. Service Sector Reform in China

20. An Assessment of the Korea-China Free Trade Agreement

21. Estimates of Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates, November 2015

22. The ASEAN Economic Community: What Stands in the Way?

23. China's Long March Toward Economic Rebalancing

24. China's energy demands: are they reshaping the world?

25. China needs to complement its "going-out" policy with a "going-in" strategy

26. The rise of FDI income, and what it means for the balance of payments of developing countries

27. Keeping the Peace in the Pacific: The Next Steps in American Policy

28. Japan's New Security Policy: Breaking Away from the Post–War Regime?

29. Regional concentration of FDI involves trade-offs in post-reform India

30. The China-United States BIT negotiations: A Chinese perspective

31. Power Shift and Renminbi Internationalization: Recommendations for the G20

32. Morocco's Emergence as a Gateway to Business in Africa

33. The Effect of Index Futures Trading on Volatility: Three Markets for Chinese Stocks

34. Rocky Road to a Level Playing Field in EU–China Investment and Trade Relations

35. China's New Silk Road Diplomacy

36. Stabilizing Properties of Flexible Exchange Rates: Evidence from the Global Financial Crisis

37. Go out and manufacture: Policy support for Chinese FDI in Africa

38. The futile debate over a multilateral framework for investment

39. The Global Arctic: The Growing Arctic Interests of Russia, China, the United States and the European Union

40. China's Credit Boom: New Risks Require New Reforms

41. The EU-China partnership: 10 years on

42. Engaging Indonesia

43. Impact of China‐Africa Investment Relations: The Case of Ethiopia

44. The Impact of China‐Africa Investment Relations: The Case of Madagascar

45. The Impact of China‐Africa Trade Relations: The Case of the Republic of Congo

46. Consumption boosts China's resilience but risks of a property bust still loom

47. Is Chinese FDI pushing Latin America into natural resources?

48. The unbalanced dragon: China's uneven provincial and regional FDI performance

49. The concept of "rising powers"

50. Is China's outward investment in oil a global security concern?

51. A new economic nationalism? Lessons from the PotashCorp decision in Canada

52. Starting anew in international investment law

53. China: Industry Forecast

54. South China Sea: Core Interest Extraordinaire

55. Monetary Policy and Banking Supervision: Coordination instead of separation

56. US Tire Tariffs: Saving Few Jobs at High Cost

57. Projecting China's Current Account Surplus

58. To Stay Ahead of China, Stay Engaged in Asia

59. Economic patriotism: Dealing with Chinese direct investment in the United States

60. Rising Tensions Over China's Monopoly on Rare Earths?

61. False Hopes for Chinese Economic "Integration"

62. US Agricultural Exports to ASEAN Grow - But Face Competition

63. U.S.-China Competition in Asia: Legacies Help America

64. All Roads Lead to the Indian Ocean

65. EIU: Global outlook summary

66. How to Integrate Human Rights into U.S.-China Relations

67. China: Highlights and Key Issues

68. China in the Pacific: the new banker in town

69. The Elephant in the "Green Room": China and the Doha Round

70. Getting Surplus Countries to Adjust

71. Toward Greater Pragmatism? China\'s Approach to Innovation and Standardization

72. Adjusting to China: A Challenge to the U.S. Manufacturing Sector

73. Security developments in East Asia: what implications for the EU?

74. Turkey and Taiwan: The Relationship Seeking Its Ground

75. Deepening China-Taiwan Relations through the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement

76. How BRIC MNEs deal with international political risk

77. International investment law and media disputes: a complement to WTO law

78. Developing Countries – even China – Cannot Rescue the World Economy

79. What will an appreciation of China's currency do to inward and outward FDI?

80. Not Beyond Limits: The Prospects of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)

81. The G20 Meetings: No Common Framework, No Consensus

82. Pacific Asia and the Asia Pacific: The Choices for APEC

83. China's Changing Outbound Foreign Direct Investment Profile: Drivers and Policy Implications

84. Understanding Special Drawing Rights

85. Improving U.S.-China Relations: The Next Steps

86. External imbalances and the G20

87. While global FDI falls, China's outward FDI doubles

88. Avoiding Mutual Misunderstanding: Sino-U.S. Relations and the New Administration

89. Breaking the Suicide Pact: U.S.–China Cooperation on Climate Change

90. EU Trade Policy: Approaching a Crossroads

91. China's Economic Rise -- Fact and Fiction

92. OECD and the WTO (Policy Brief compilation)

93. What Could Go Wrong?

94. Comments on China as a Regional Player

95. Taiwan In Search of a Strategic Consensus

96. Oxfam Publishing: No Soft Landing: As China opens its markets, US subsidies are making life hard for cotton farmers

97. China and the World Economy Workshop. Conference Summary

98. China as Producer: Chinese Industry After 25 Years of Reform

99. China as Consumer

100. China as Employer and Consumer: Economic Outlook for the 11th Five-Year Plan (2006-2010)