The Copenhagen Climate Conference showed the world that China was willing to use its power aggresively. But although it walked away without having given an inch, Beijing should worry about over-playing a strong hand
“Whatever works”. Is this Obama’s key Asia policy?
Daniel Korski dans le Monde sur l?op?ration Mushtarak en Afghanistan et pourquoi elle doit ?tre une campagne militaire et politique et pas simplement une bataille
There is one worrying element to Greece’s financial tragedy that people seem to have forgotten: Greece first turned to Beijing for help
Spain’s call for the EU to lift the arms embargo against China suffers from bad timing and blundering diplomacy
It is time for the West to stop dreaming and adopt more pragmatic goals in Afghanistan
The latest issue of China Analysis looks at Beijing’s willingness to strengthen international economic governance
Pity the poor Sri Lankan voter. As presidential elections loom on Jan. 26, the public is faced with a choice between two candidates who openly accuse each other of war crimes.
European leaders should beware exiting Afghanistan. They have already staked their credibility there, and the balance of power in Asia is very uncertain.
Did anybody notice the recent EU-China summit that took place at the end of November in Nanjing? No? The summit only lasted an hour and forty-five minutes