By Dickson Yeo
It’s one of the fundamental questions about China and its future place in the world: does the great civilization still view the world through the traditional lens of the Middle Kingdom or does the world face a new China, unbound by many of the structures under…
Michael Rosen | AEIdeas
While serious issues remain, innovators in China and around the globe should applaud significant recent steps forward as a sign of the maturity of the Chinese approach to intellectual property.
By Harriet Moynihan & Dr. Wim Muller, Chatham House: “China's involvement in UN peacekeeping contributions has been on the rise for some time. China is also stepping up its own military and security operations abroad to protect its commercial and strategic interests, particularly in Africa. In doing so, China is exposing itself to a more complex set of issues – including international legal issues – with which it is only just starting to grapple."