In: China

IAPSS Live | Richard Samuels on US-Japan Alliance in Times of Rising China
December 19, 2018

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Rohingya: A misjudged case of extremism within the most persecuted people on earth
June 2, 2018

We have failed as the international community in multiple deteriorating humanitarian disasters- most of them, man made. But, the most potent…

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US-Taiwan’s Special Relationship
July 22, 2017

Taiwan’s political status is, in a sense, uniquely linked to the United States and the center of attention of Chinese authorities….

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The Ambassador: The silent colonisation of Africa’s natural resources
May 13, 2015

Viewing the degree of corruption in Africa through the lens of Mads Brugger’s 2011 documentary ‘The Ambassador’, reveals how ambassadorial privileges…

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Flying dragon: Is China a developmental state?
March 18, 2015

China has recently overtook the United States as the biggest economy in the world. While there can be doubts on the…

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A place with its entire name: Comparing the South and East China Sea disputes
December 17, 2014

It seems that China has not yet been satisfied with its vast terrestrial territory. Seeking for more resources to sustain its…

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The implications of Lord Voldemort’s involvement in China-Japan relations
November 5, 2014

Japanese ambassador Keiichi Hayashi and Chinese ambassador Liu Xiaoming, both envoys to the United Kingdom, had an interesting yet fiery diplomatic…

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Off the streets: Is youth activism dead in Hong Kong?
October 25, 2014

Have you ever thought of changing the world right when you were still starting to solve equations involving letters or explore…

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The rise of China on the global stage. Implications for US domination?
April 10, 2014

The rise of China as an important player in the world politics has become a significant phenomenon in recent years. With…

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Of Secrecy and Security: The Practice of Diplomacy in the Age of Leaks
January 15, 2014

Diplomacy has gone through a lot of changes, evolution— particularly in its practice bringing forth its many types which serve to…

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