Can Canada expect increased friction with Beijing? Following the 20th Party Congress, Canada is right to be concerned about China.
The NATO Association of Canada’s editors share their thoughts on whether or not Canada should boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China.
On 11 June 2020, Dr. Robert M. Cutler, Director of the Energy Security Program, spoke to a webinar “Energy Issues in the Post-Covid World”, organized by the Center for Analysis of International Relations, Baku, Azerbaijan. This is a transcript of his remarks.
Even if China did not facilitate the coup in Zimbabwe, there is no doubt that Beijing is now pulling the strings in the South African Dictatorship.
A three-part article analyses Canada’s diplomatic, economic and military policies to address the challenges and opportunities for the Asia-Pacific region.
John Pollock discusses the implications for China following the summer’s stock market collapse and the role played by the Communist Party.
In her debut article, Julie-Anne examines the strategic underpinnings of Japan’s 2016 defence budget
John Pollock discusses in detail the summer collapse of China’s Shanghai Stock Index and the implications for China’s transition from a command to a market economy.
The entry of Chinese business into Central Asia has triggered a struggle for economic supremacy between Moscow and Beijing. Sandy Vingoe discusses what this would mean for the region.
John Pollock explains the significance of the 2015 Victory Day parade in Beijing, and how it is shaping the future of Asia’s worldview.