JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ
Chinese leaders have long been wary of joining global efforts against terrorism.
Cobus van Staden, Eric Olander, Huang Hongxiang, Yu-Shan Wu , Lina Benabdallah, Kemo Bosielo from ChinaFile Conversation
Eric Olander and Cobus van Staden publish the China Africa Project website, whose weekly podcast we are proud to syndicate. As we approach the sixth Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) Summit in Johannesburg, we’ve picked up written...
Michael D. Shear
“We have a treaty obligation, an ironclad commitment to the defense of our ally the Philippines, who can count on the United States.”
Their arrests are emblematic of a slowly brewing backlash against Chinese immigration to Africa.
Shinzo Abe reported told Barack Obama that Tokyo would think about participating in operations in South China Sea.
Andrew Small, Chen Weihua, Wei Zhu, Eric Hundman from ChinaFile Conversation
In the wake of the terror attacks in Paris China’s foreign minister Wang Yi said, “China is also a victim of terrorism. The fight against the ‘East Turkestan Islamic Movement’… should become an important part of the international fight against...
Le Hong Hiep, Brian Eyler from ChinaFile Conversation
Ahead of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit next week, we asked a group of experts from China’s neighboring countries what they thought the main thrust of discussion in Manila should be. If host, the Philippines, under pressure from...
"This is the highest level defense delegation to visit India in the recent years. The visit signifies the enhanced defense exchanges between India and China."...
MICHAEL D. SHEAR
“My visit here underscores our shared commitment to the security of the waters of this region and to the freedom of navigation.”
MARTIN PETTY AND BEN BLANCHARD
Vietnam agreed to build a "truly trustworthy" relationship with China on Friday during a visit to Hanoi by its President Xi Jinping...
Richard Bernstein, Andrew J. Nathan, Jerome A. Cohen, Ho-fung Hung, Wei-chin Lee from ChinaFile Conversation
This Saturday, for the first time since 1949, the leaders of China and Taiwan will meet face to face. Xi Jinping and Ma Ying-jeou will meet in Singapore, not as Presidents, but—to sidestep one of many lingering areas of conflict since the Chinese...
“It’s a signal China sent to the US that it is serious about its claims.”