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Framing Sino‐American military relations: the power and problem of perception in preventing geostrategic security cooperation between China and the United States

Sino‐American relations are composed of a complex field of factors that have influenced both cooperation and confrontation between the Chinese and...

The framework of crisis-induced agenda setting in China

The extent by which public agenda influences policy agenda indicates the degree of democracy in a regime. However, few researchers have drawn their...

Coming to terms with the authoritarian alternative: the implications and motivations of China's environmental policies

China has assumed a crucial importance in debates about climate change mitigation. On the one hand, China is one of the largest emitters of greenhouse...

United States–China trade: President Trump's misunderstandings

President Trump’s analysis of the persistent United States–China trade imbalance reveals fundamental misunderstandings of basic economics. During the 2016...

Location or Hukou: what most limits fertility of urban women in China?

China’s fertility rate is below replacement level. The government is attempting to increase this rate by relaxing the one-child policy. China faces a...

Thinking about the Asian infrastructure investment bank: can a China-led development bank improve sustainability in Asia?

This article offers three arguments outlining the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank’s significance and to help policy planners navigate the complex...

China’s evolving role in global production networks: implications for Trump's trade war

This paper examines China’s evolving role in global production networks and its implications...

Dragon versus Elephant: a comparative study of Chinese and Indian aid in the Pacific

The growing scale of development assistance programs of China and India has attracted increased global attention. Research on their aid to the Pacific...

Curbing congestion and vehicular emissions in China: a call for economic measures

With the exponential growth of the national vehicle fleet in the last three decades, most cities in China are facing mounting pressure to tackle...

International law in a post-post-Cold War world—can it survive?

Recent world developments pose a direct challenge to the authority and effectiveness of international law. The actions of Russia in Ukraine, and China in...

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