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China, Russia and India: The Great Power Game in Asia
While the warming China-Russia partnership poses challenges for the Western-led international order, India faces its own dilemmas in how to handle relations between an old rival and an old friend, write Arun Sahgal and Anshita Shukla.
Sino-Indonesian Relations: Getting Closer or Further Apart?
China’s trade and investment in Indonesia have grown substantially since the early 2000s but the Indonesian public does not share Jakarta’s desire to wholeheartedly embrace Beijing, write Siwage Dharma Negara and Leo Suryadinata.
The Evolution of America’s China Strategy
While US President Joe Biden’s administration is right to question the basic assumptions that underlay America’s strategy of engagement with China, those who devised that strategy over two decades ago were also right in their own way. Then as now, even distant scenarios must be left open, writes Joseph S. Nye Jr.
China’s domestic issues may hinder global ambitions
The key conclusion to draw from China’s party congress is that the country’s greatest challenges are overwhelmingly domestic ones and Xi Jinping’s success in meeting them will determine the fate of his leadership, writes Colin Heseltine.
Reading the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of China: Dimensions of Change
While international analysis of the Communist Party of China Congress focused on the membership of the core leadership groups, a better guide to the future of China could be found elsewhere in the business agenda of the Congress, writes David Goodman.