The Future of China’s Foreign Policy After the 19th Party Congress

Peter Liu Vol. 39 Associate Editor China revealed in the 19th Party Congress the new members of the Politburo Standing […]

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China should honor its treaty obligations to Hong Kong

Han Zhu Vol. 39 Executive Editor On June 30, 2017, the spokesman of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, in a retort […]

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Insecurity Assurances: Asserting Human Rights to Remedy Breaches of Security Assurances

Insecurity Assurances: Asserting Human Rights to Remedy Breaches of Security Assurances

Kaley Hanenkrat Vol. 39 Associate Editor In 1994, Ukraine’s then-President Kuchma[1] surrendered the remaining portion of the Soviet nuclear arsenal […]

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The State of Paris: How the Climate Agreement is Faring After U.S. Withdrawal

The State of Paris: How the Climate Agreement is Faring After U.S. Withdrawal

Lucas Minich Vol. 39 Associate Editor On June 1, 2017, President Trump announced with great fanfare that he would unilaterally, […]

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Shifting Tides: The Future of Globalization in an Era of Rising Populism

Adam Church Vol. 38 Associate Editor Over the past year, there have been numerous events indicating that populism is on […]

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The Curious Case of Disappearing Booksellers: A Conflict of Sovereignty between China and Hong Kong

The Curious Case of Disappearing Booksellers: A Conflict of Sovereignty between China and Hong Kong

Angela Ni Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Managing Note Editor Free speech and separation of political spheres in China […]

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China’s Military Drills Over Okinawa

China’s Military Drills Over Okinawa

Virginia Koeppl Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Article Editor On December 26, 2015, China sent three armed vessels, one of […]

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Steel Antidumping Tariffs: The Issue of Surrogate Countries

Steel Antidumping Tariffs: The Issue of Surrogate Countries

Sung “Chris” Lee Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Online Content Editor Low steel prices have been driven by Chinese […]

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Under the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea, Can China Adversely Possess and Militarize Islands of the South China Sea?

Lauren Richards, Vol. 37 Associate Editor China’s militarization of islands in the South China Sea threatens the right of innocent […]

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Lack of a legal framework regarding island building in the South China Sea

Daniel Mooney, Vol. 37 Associate Editor Over the past few years the Chinese government has rapidly undertaken widespread land reclamation […]

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