Tuesday, Feb 20, 2018
Recent media reports suggesting that China may soon open a second overseas military base, to be located in Pakistan, raise the question: where will it end?
Saturday, Feb 10, 2018
Abstract: A growing chorus of observers has warned of threats to regime stability in China in recent years. In spite of these concerns, the party-state’s grip on power in many respects appears as strong today as at any time since 1989, making it a remarkable outlier in a shrinking pool of long-surviving authoritarian regimes.
Wednesday, Feb 7, 2018
“Many books offer information about China, but few make sense of what is truly at stake. The questions addressed in this unique volume provide a window onto the challenges China faces today and the uncertainties its meteoric ascent on the global horizon has provoked.
Monday, Feb 5, 2018
Global Seminar - China July - August 2018
Monday, Feb 5, 2018
Monday, Feb 5, 2018
There is an amazing table-talk tomorrow that will focus its topic on women's rights issues in China. Our guest speaker Lü Pin(吕频)will also talk about the MeToo Campaign, so be sure to come!   Time: Tomorrow @ 4:30pm
Saturday, Feb 3, 2018
Since 1949, China has adopted nine national military strategies, known as “strategic guidelines.” The strategies adopted in 1956, 1980, and 1993 represent major changes in China's military strategy, or efforts by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) to wage war in a new way.
Thursday, Feb 1, 2018
The North Korean nuclear crisis that we face today is, at its core, a struggle over the regional balance of power. Beijing’s deep fear of destabilizing the Kim regime and facing the rise of a unified, pro-US Korean Peninsula at its doorstep, continues to hold it back from fully unleashing its coercive leverage over North Korea.


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