- 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
- The Pentagon just released an “Asia-Pacific Maritime Security Strategy.” The document articulates three regional maritime objectives heretofore insufficiently stressed and linked: “to safeguard the fre
- Chinese fishing trawlers — possibly belonging to militia units — reportedly crossed the bow of a U.S.
- M. Taylor Fravel says Beijing is likely to study the specifics of the Permanent Court of Arbitration decision and carefully watch the reactions of others, including the US, before deciding how it should act
- As China continues to slowly use a variety of tools to claim portions of her maritime near-abroad in the South China Sea and elsewhere, part of their effort includes what can almost be considered naval irregular forces - a Maritime Militia.
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Founded in 2004, the Princeton-Harvard China and the World program (CWP) is committed to integrating the advanced study of China’s foreign relations into the field of international relations, by bringing exceptional young scholars whose work bridges China studies and international relations together with recognized scholars in these fields.