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Why Beijing's island-building in South China Sea is a concern

Beijing must be feeling the pressure from the United States to stop its campaign of turning tiny reefs that it controls in the South China Sea into artificial islands capable of accommodating military ...More

EJ Insight2015-04-14

China wants to lose its victim mentality

In November 2012, two weeks after becoming leader of the Communist Party, Xi Jinping visited the National Museum in Tiananmen Square. There, after viewing a grand exhibition called “The Road to Reviv ...More

EJ Insight2015-04-09

Silk Road initiative shows China's desire for leadership role

While still savoring its triumph over the United States in the launching of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, China is pushing ahead with another initiative that President Xi Jinping introduce ...More

EJ Insight2015-03-31

US should allow AIIB to stand or fall on its own merits

The United States was opposed to the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ostensibly out of concern that it would adopt poor governance standards. But Washington’s real fear was that China ...More

EJ Insight2015-03-24

China-backed AIIB unstoppable despite US attempts to foil it

The China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank hasn’t opened its doors for business yet, but already it has strained relations between the United States and its closest ally, the United Kingdom ...More

EJ Insight2015-03-17

Helmsman Xi - one Mao is more than enough

Much attention has been focused on what Premier Li Keqiang had to say about slowing growth in the Chinese economy in his annual report to the National People’s Congress, China’s parliament, and about ...More

EJ Insight2015-03-10

Debate reflects unhappiness with UN veto power

Last weekend, Beijing ended its one-month rotating presidency of the United Nations Security Council. This was an opportunity for China to present an image of itself as a responsible world power, and ...More

EJ Insight2015-03-03

China’s economic success could push elephants toward extinction

“China’s development will generate huge opportunities and benefits and hold lasting and infinite promise,” President Xi Jinping told business executives gathered in Beijing for the Asia-Pacific Econom ...More

EJ Insight2015-02-24

Just what exactly is meant by 'Chinese characteristics'?

Over the last 35 years, China has gone through great changes. This period of change presented major challenges to the Communist Party’s ideology. Many challenges were dealt with through redefinition a ...More

EJ Insight2015-02-17

China-US: Challenges in a multifaceted relationship

When Barack Obama was in Beijing in November for the APEC summit, he met with leaders of 11 other countries – Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Peru, Chile a ...More

EJ Insight2015-02-10

China bound to be upset by closer Obama-Modi ties

In September, when the new Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, visited the United States, China declared itself unworried. “India will not be a major player in America’s game of rebalancing the Asia ...More

EJ Insight2015-02-03

Abe should clear wartime issues before window closes

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan is reportedly planning a trip to the United States in the spring during which he will visit Pearl Harbor, the first visit by a post-war Japanese leader to the naval ...More

EJ Insight2015-01-27

Why did Britain change stance on HK electoral reform?

Sixteen months ago, Hugo Swire, Minister of State for the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office, wrote an article calling for the people of Hong Kong to be given a genuine choice in the 2017 chief exec ...More

EJ Insight2015-01-20

Hong Kong government tells conflicting stories

Last Thursday, student leader Joshua Wong was at Hong Kong Commercial Radio to record a program when he ran into Chief Secretary Carrie Lam. The 18-year-old immediately reached into his schoolbag and ...More

EJ Insight2015-01-12

How China will shape debate over troubled waters

Early in 2013, the Philippine government initiated international arbitral proceedings against China over their maritime dispute in the South China Sea. Beijing announced that it would not take part, a ...More

EJ Insight2014-12-31

Why nailing 'tigers' won’t reduce corruption in China

More than two years after Xi Jinping gained power as China’s leader, his anti-corruption campaign shows little sign of slowing down. Instead, it is now spreading its wings to other countries. It isn’t ...More

EJ Insight2014-12-23

KMT defeat in local elections raises question of 2016

The rout of the Nationalist Party, or Kuomintang, by the opposition Democratic Progressive Party in the Nov. 29 local elections changed Taiwan’s political landscape overnight, making the DPP candidate ...More

EJ Insight2014-12-16

Why China is wrong on the Sino-British Joint Declaration

Thirty years ago this month, Britain and China signed the Sino-British Joint Declaration on the Question of Hong Kong, under which London agreed to restore Hong Kong to China in 1997 and Beijing spell ...More

EJ Insight2014-12-08

China’s artificial islands in South China Sea

A couple of weeks ago, IHS Jane’s, a leading British publishing company specializing in military topics, reported that China was reclaiming land at Fiery Cross Reef in the South China Sea and was tran ...More

EJ Insight2014-12-03

Is China’s return to ‘smile diplomacy’ genuine?

The frosty handshake between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on the margins of the APEC meeting in Beijing is providing an opportunity for the two countries to end ...More

EJ Insight2014-11-25

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