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Viewpoint

06.03.2014

China’s Maritime Provocations

Susan Shirk

Last weekend I attended the Shangri-La Dialogue, an annual gathering of Asian, European, and American defense and military officials and strategic experts in Singapore hosted by the London International Institute of Strategic Studies.

Books

01.16.2014

Debating China

Laura Chang

America and China are the two most powerful players in global affairs, and no relationship is more consequential. How they choose to cooperate and compete affects billions of lives.

Media

12.19.2013

Chinese Admiral to U.S. Navy: ‘We Will Block You’

Tea Leaf Nation, Liz Carter

On December 5, the U.S. missile-carrying cruiser Cowpens almost collided with a Chinese ship in international waters.

Reports

07.24.2012

Stirring Up the South China Sea (II) 

David M. Barreda

The South China Sea dispute between China and some of its South East Asian neighbours - Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei - has reached an impasse.

Reports

04.23.2012

Stirring up the South China Sea (I)

David M. Barreda

The conflicting mandates and lack of coordination among Chinese government agencies, many of which strive to increase their power and budget, have stoked tensions in the South China Sea.

Reports

09.21.2011

China’s Assertive Behavior

He Jianan

The authors of this essay examine Chinese assertiveness concerning U.S. political and military behavior along China’s maritime periphery.

Sinica Podcast

08.20.2010

China’s Troubled Waters

Kaiser Kuo, Jeremy Goldkorn, Gady Epstein, Bill Bishop, Stephanie T. Kleine-Ahlbrandt

Are Chinese-American maritime relations running aground? The recent sinking of the South Korean corvette the Cheonan, most likely by China’s unruly client state North Korea, has led to the U.S.S.