Edward Luttwak explains why China is historically a strategic loser, and why its military should be smaller than Denmark's …
The strategic thinker Edward Luttwak explains his views on China's global rise and why it should drastically reduce the size of its military
In the second of a series looking at Putin's Russia, we hear from foreign policy analyst Fyodor Lukyanov, on how he sees Russia's place…
The politics of China's most powerful man
Edward Snowden may become the most famous civil rights case this century, and throw up issues of data protection, intelligence, and the relationship between partners and allies that concern citizens of all free states
What next for China's military-industrial complex?
A crisis “made in China”
The debate over whether Chinese solar panels benefit from unfair subsidies is damaging to the EU and its negotiating position. Thanks to changes in the energy market it is the wrong test case for Europe as it deals with Beijing.
discussion event on new Chinese leadership and foreign policy with Yan Xuetong, one of the authors of ECFR´s China 3.0