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1. China: Country outlook

2. China: Briefing sheet

3. China: Economic structure

4. China: Political structure

5. China: Country fact sheet

6. China: Country forecast summary

7. China: Basic data

8. Warnings and Welcomes: China’s Reopening and the Politics of International Travel

9. At a Dead End? China’s Drive to Reform Defense Science and Technology Institutes Stalls

10. The Clash at Tawang: Tensions Rise on the China-India Border

11. Fentanyl Precursors from China and the American Opioid Epidemic

12. After the Kabul Hotel Attack: The Taliban and China Confront Security Challenges in Afghanistan

13. Fighting Against Internal and External Threats Simultaneously: China’s Police and Satellite Cooperation with Autocratic Countries

14. The Cross-Border Interbank Payment System: A Case Study in Chinese Economic Leadership

15. State Capitalism, Imperialism, and China: Bringing History Back In

16. Women, Peace and Security and the 2022 National Security Strategy

17. The Development Response to Kleptocracy and Strategic Corruption

18. Who Leads China's 5G Technology Ecosystem? A Network Analysis of China's Cooperation on Association Standards

19. Analysis of Chinese Response Patterns to Diplomatic Friction and Its Influencing Factors

20. China's New Trade Strategy amid US-China Confrontation and Implications

21. The Effects of Increased Trade with China and Vietnam on Workers’ Earnings and Job Security in Korea

22. China, Europe, and the Pandemic Recession: Beijing’s Investments and Transatlantic Security


24. Strategic Competition in the Financial Gray Zone

25. Securing Asia’s Subsea Network U.S. Interests and Strategic Options

26. The Two Technospheres Western-Chinese Technology Decoupling: Implications for Cybersecurity

27. Europe and the Geopolitics of 5G Walking a Technological Tightrope

28. Convince and Coerce: U.S. Interference in Technology Exchanges Between its Allies and China

29. Arctic: Toward the End of the Exception? Strategic, Nuclear and Maritime Issues in the Region

30. The Sino-Lithuanian Crisis: Going beyond the Taiwanese Representative Office Issue

31. Trump ended WTO dispute settlement. Trade remedies are needed to fix it.

32. The private sector advances in China: The evolving ownership structures of the largest companies in the Xi Jinping era

33. Public responses to foreign protectionism: Evidence from the US-China trade war

34. South Korea's Critical Moment in Digital Currency Policymaking: Between Regulating Cryptocurrencies and Launching a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC)

35. Elementary education in India versus China: Guidelines for NEP implementation

36. Taxless fiscal states: Lessons from 19th-century America and 21st-century China

37. Cybersecurity for innovative small and medium enterprises and academia

38. What do we know about cyber operations during militarized crises?

39. US-China vaccine diplomacy: Lessons from Latin America and the Caribbean

40. When the State Becomes the Only Buyer: Monopsony in China’s Public Procurement of Medical Technology

41. Starr Forum: The Future of US - China Relations

42. Prospects for the Launch of the Digital Yuan

43. Determinants of China's Policy Towards the War in Ukraine

44. The International Dimension of the U.S. Strategy on Countering Corruption

45. Bringing Russia Back in From the Cold

46. Sino-Iranian Relations and Their Impact on South and Central Asia

47. Towards Guanxi? Reconciling the “Relational Turn” in Western and Chinese International Relations Scholarship

48. The Geopolitical Consequences of COVID-19: Assessing Hawkish Mass Opinion in China

49. PRC Foreign and Military Policy, 1977-81: Shades of Mao, the Imprint of Deng

50. Australia’s Response to the China Threat: The Case for Engagement

51. Digitalization of Special Economic Zones in China

52. The war in Ukraine and the future of Russia-China relations

53. The rise of China and NATO’s new Strategic Concept

54. Global Value Chains, Risk Perception, and Economic Statecraft

55. Maximizing the Benefits of Trade for Africa

56. China’s Role in Korean Security Issues

57. China's Foreign Policies Today: Who Is in Charge of What

58. The private sector advances in China: The evolving ownership structures of the largest companies in the Xi Jinping era

59. Early Warning in the Taiwan Strait

60. Biden and Trade at Year One: The Reign of Polite Protectionism

61. Policy Experimentation in China: The Political Economy of Policy Learning

62. Turning point? Putin, Xi, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine

63. Revising down the rise of China

64. Off Track – The role of China’s CRRC in the Global Railcar Market

65. The Geopolitics of Human Trafficking and Gendered North Korean Migration

66. Beyond Geopolitics: A Geoeconomic Perspective of China-Iran Belt and Road Initiative Relations

67. China: An Economic and Political Outlook for 2022

68. Raising the Curtain on China’s 20th Party Congress: Mechanics, Rules, “Norms,” and the Realities of Power

69. 2022, Xi Jinping’s Annus Horribilis: Or is it?

70. China's messaging on the Ukraine conflict

71. Cultivating friendly forces: The Chinese Communist Party’s influence operations in the Xinjiang Diaspora

72. Assessing the impact of CCP information operations related to Xinjiang

73. Taking the low road: China's influence in Australian states and territories

74. Producing policy-relevant China research and analysis in an era of strategic competition

75. VAMPIRE VAMPIRE VAMPIRE: The PLA’s anti-ship cruise missile threat to Australian and allied naval operations

76. China’s Rise and U.S. Defense Implications

77. US-China Mutual Vulnerability: Perspectives on the Debate

78. Shifting Supply Chains from China into India as an Effective Grand Strategy in the Indo-Pacific Region

79. Trouble on the Rocks: US Policy in East China Sea and South China Sea Disputes

80. China: Political and institutional effectiveness

81. China: Political forces at a glance

82. China - A Non-neutral Party in the Russo-Ukrainian War

83. Forging European Unity on China: The Case of Hungarian Dissent

84. The geopolitics of digital financial technologies: A chance for Europe?

85. Investors beware: Europe’s top firms are highly exposed to China

86. Ukraine: Toward a Prolonged War of Attrition Fuelling Great Power Competition

87. Economic Equidistance is Not an Option: Germany and the US-Chinese Geo-Economic Conflict

88. Japan's "Economic Security" Measures

89. Promoting the Euro – Countering Secondary Sanctions: Germany Should Push to Complete Monetary Union

90. The Economics of Great Power Competition: Why Germany Must Step Up on Defense

91. China’s Global Vision Vacuum: An Opportunity and Challenge for Europe

92. Resilient Industry Ecochains for the US-Taiwan Partnership

93. US-Taiwan Relations and the National Security vs. Human Rights Fallacy

94. Will the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment be a Game-changer in the Indo-Pacific?

95. Ukraine Will Not Happen in Asia: America Seeks to Check China through Taiwan Visit and Quad Initiatives

96. FSM Engagement with the United States and China: A Lesson Learned for the Pacific Islands

97. From Strategic Ambiguity to Strategic Clarity? The Dynamics of South Korea’s Navigation of US-China Competition

98. China’s Dilemmas in Bailing Out Debt-Ridden Sri Lanka

99. China’s increased presence in Latin America: Win-win relations or a new dependency? A state of the art

100. Proceed with Caution: Israeli Research Collaboration with China