The Indian government recently released a report stating that Chinese transgressions in Indian territory increased from 273 in 2016 to 426 in 2017. The Indian… Continue reading The Handling of Brinkmanship in China-India Military Relations
The evolution and change of Chinese public diplomacy can be seen from panda diplomacy, the Confucius Institutes, Chinese mass media’s “going out” strategy as well… Continue reading The Evolution of Chinese Public Diplomacy and the Rise of Think Tanks
The evolution and change of Chinese public diplomacy can be seen from panda diplomacy, the Confucius Institutes, Chinese mass media’s “going out” strategy as… Continue reading Global China Research Working Seminar, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet US President Donald Trump for the first time on April 6 and 7 at the latter’s Mar-a-Lago resort in… Continue reading Trump-Xi Summit is just the Start of Dealing with Thorny Issues in US-Sino Relations
The impending US presidential election is causing some consternation among nations in East Asia that have been traditional allies of the country. Both security and… Continue reading Uncertainty on Security and Trade Worry Allies in Asia as US Election Approaches
Hong Kong’s Legislative Council (LegCo) Election was held on September 4, 2016, and it has several important implications for Hong Kong politics. First, the turnout… Continue reading Hong Kong’s 2016 Legislative Council Election: A Tectonic Shift in HK Politics?
Hong Kong will hold its sixth Legislative Council (LegCo) Election on September 4, 2016. The reputation of the LegCo has been damaged by the behavior… Continue reading Hong Kong’s 2016 Legislative Council Election: Divisions in the Political Landscape
Since China first officially announced the “One Belt One Road” (OBOR) plan in 2013, discussions concerning the role of Hong Kong in the plan have… Continue reading What is the role of Hong Kong in China’s ‘One Belt One Road’ plan?
In the 2012 Hong Kong Legislative Council (Legco) Election, the pro-democracy camp won 27 seats out of 70 seats in total, while the pro-Beijing camp… Continue reading The Declining Credibility of the Traditional Media in Hong Kong
Hong Kong has a high standard of socioeconomic development with effective government system and a solid foundation of rule of law. However, the democratization process… Continue reading Two Key Stumbling Blocks for Hong Kong’s Democratization: Personal Vote and Beijing’s Policies