- The recent tensions between China and South Korea have led some analysts to believe that China might be losing South Korea as a reliable partner or even a potential ally. Indeed, since South Korea decided to deploy the advanced Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile defense system because of North Korea’s nuclear threat and U.S.
- China’s response to The Hague’s recent South China Sea arbitration ruling has been mixed.
- On July 26, the Center for International Relations, based at the FGV School of Social Sciences (CPDOC), receivedXiaoyu Pu, assistant professor from the Department of Political Science at the University of Nevada in Reno (USA).
- JUST PUBLISHED AS A KINDLE EBOOK—“CHINESE ANTI-SHIP BALLISTIC MISSILE DEVELOPMENT: DRIVERS, TRAJECTORIES, AND STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS”China’s anti-ship ballistic missile (ASBM), the DF-21D, has reached the equivalent of Initial Operational Capability. While perfecting the system-of-systems to maximize its effectiveness remains a work in progress, it has been deployed in small numbers.
- ABSTRACT: China’s assertive diplomacy in recent years has ignited intense debates among international relations (IR) scholars. Some argue that China’s assertive behaviour is rooted in its perception of increasing power and capabilities. Others suggest that it is US policies that triggered China’s assertive reactions.
- Summary • On average, China contributes more troops to United Nations (UN) peacekeeping missions than any other permanent member of the UN Security Council. The country dispatches high-value, hard-to-source enabler troops and has recently begun to provide combat troops, marking a significant change in its deployment profile.
- What’s the next step for China after the international tribunal’s July 12 ruling on the South China Sea?
- The highly anticipated ruling in Philippines v. China by a tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration was finally released yesterday, with the result overwhelmingly favoring the Philippines—at least the initial analysis seems that way.
- The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague rejected critical aspects of Beijing's claims over waters in the So
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