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2/11/22 - Whither China-U.S. Relations?

February 11, 2022

China, Global Dispatch 

China and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: Threats to the Existing Norm? 

September 16, 2016

Should the AIIB apply standard conditionality rules? The short answer is “yes,” in light of the AIIB’s financial and institutional interests and for the sake of China’s own reform. Conditions from procurement guarantees to environmental protection should be implemented. However, considering China’s traditional stance on sovereignty and its political system’s incompatibility with that the West, political conditionality will likely be excluded.

Blog, China, Finance, International Affairs, International Law, Law and Economics, not podbean 

The Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Promoter of Regional Integration 

September 14, 2016

The TPP should not be viewed as a strategic “counterweight” to Chinese influence. The agreement is important not only for the trade benefits that the U.S. will receive, but also because it promotes competition among the larger powers’ vision for economic integration in the Asia-Pacific region, conferring greater choice and legitimacy to the emerging economies.

Blog, China, Free Trade Agreements, International Law, not podbean, Transnational 

Red State China? Why China (Sort of) Likes Trump 

August 1, 2016

Read Professor Jacques deLisle’s piece originally published on Foreign Policy Research Institute’s website.

Blog, China, Election2016, Foreign Policy, International Affairs, International, Jacques deLisle, not podbean