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COMMENTARY
Think Regional, Act Local - The Better US Approach to South-east Asia
PAUL HAENLEJUNE 20, 2022
The Biden administration deserves kudos for stronger diplomatic engagement with the region; here are some steps to improve on its current efforts.
RESEARCH
Why the United States Should Discuss Mutual Nuclear Vulnerability with China
TONG ZHAOMAY 25, 2022
If China feels compelled to augment its nuclear forces to achieve an effective escalation management capability, it will make the bilateral nuclear competition much harder to contain compared to when Beijing was mostly seeking a basic secure second-strike capability.
COMMENTARY
Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Has Jeopardized the China-EU Relationship
PAUL HAENLEPHILIPPE LE CORREMAY 10, 2022
“It’s not so clear how we’re going to get out of this.”
COMMENTARY
On China, US National Security Experts Fear the Wrong Thing
SAM BRESNICKNATHANIEL SHERAPRIL 28, 2022
Many argue that regulating Big Tech cedes leadership to China, but a healthy startup ecosystem is America's best defense.
RESEARCH
China's Approach to Arms Control Verification
TONG ZHAOAPRIL 14, 2022
Based on a comprehensive review of publicly available sources, this paper examines China’s mainstream thinking and general practice on arms control verification.
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CHINA IN THE WORLD
The China in the World podcast, hosted by Paul Haenle, features discussions with leading scholars and former policymakers on China’s foreign policy, evolving global role, and relations with the world.
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The Only Five Paths China’s Economy Can Follow
April 27, 2022Michael Pettis
Changing the Top Global Currency Means Changing the Patterns of Global Trade
April 12, 2022Michael Pettis
How Does Excessive Debt Hurt an Economy?
February 08, 2022Michael Pettis
China Financial Markets provides in-depth analysis of one of the world’s largest and most vital economies. Edited by Carnegie Senior Fellow Michael Pettis based in Beijing, China Financial Markets offers insights into income inequality, market structures, and other issues affecting China and other global economies. A noted expert on China’s economy, Pettis is a professor of finance at Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management, where he specializes in Chinese financial markets.
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