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Doklam Plateau Standoff or South China Sea: Chinese Active Defence Strategy turns into Incremental Encroachments

As Comprehensive National Power (CNP) of China is growing, its strategy to impose its national will (as perceived by its few key leaders), exercise its power through its behavior in the… 3,269 more words

China Walks The Line On North Korea

THE LIKELY PRICE of China’s support for the tough new sanctions on trade and investment that the United Nations has voted to impose on North Korea is that they do not include oil. 549 more words


Chinese Air Force J-10s intercepted a US Navy EP-3 Orion over the South China Sea

Bijan Razzaghi    

On the 24th of July 2017 a US Navy EP-3 was approached by a pair of two Chinese J-10 fighter jets over the South China Sea. 221 more words

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Djibouti Bound

CHINESE MILITARY PERSONNEL are now en route for Djibouti where they will garrison China’s first overseas military base, which it started building last year at a cost of $590 million. 520 more words


Film as soft power and hard currency: The Sino-Hollywood courtship

Written by Ying Zhu.

Hollywood dominated Chinese film market during China’s Republican era (1912-1949), with its share in profits ranging from 30% to 70% of the box office receipts, taking up to 80% of the Chinese market. 1,359 more words


Mher Sahakyan Speaks on China’s Disagreements and Cooperation with Russia and the US on Iranian Nuclear Issue at Shanghai University

Shanghai, China—On June 7-9, 2017, the 3rd “China and The Middle East” From Asia to the Middle East: Asianization of the Middle East with Economic Characteristics? 151 more words

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Can China Really Lead the World on Climate?

by Isabel Hilton / June 8, 2017/ ChinaFile

On Wednesday, the governor of California, Jerry Brown, found himself, not for the first time, with more in common with Chinese President Xi Jinping than with the president of his own nation, Donald Trump. 655 more words

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