In today’s current state of mistrust in the U.S.-China relationship, one thing that does not seem to be ameliorating the situation is the 2016 U.S. presidential election cycle. China is often characterized as a job-stealing, currency-manipulating, territory-seizing superpower towards which
China’s interests in the Mideast continue to grow while the region remains mired in a dramatic political transition and escalating tension. The Paris attacks and ISIS execution of a kidnapped Chinese citizen in November 2015 highlight China’s emerging challenge of
In October 2015, China announced the end of its one-child poicy, marking the end of the three decades long government intervention into Chinese family planning. The controversial policy was first introduced in 1979 to help slow down the population growth.
The Carnegie Endowment’s Alex Gabuev and Wang Tao join Young China Watchers to examine the current economic and geopolitical dimensions of China-Russia energy cooperation and how it affects the two countries’ broader bilateral relationship. They will assess how the two
The inclusion of the RMB into IMF reserve currency basket in November 2015 was seen as a major recognition of the Yuan’s importance in the global economy and a step towards its eventual internationalization. Yet questions remain about China’s ability