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Xi’s Seoul Summit Sustains Seoul Ties

Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Relations between China and South Korea continue to improve. Their two governments have developed a strong economic partnership and managed their security differences over North Korea and other issues well. Surveys of South Korean public opinion show a remarkable rise in popular assessments of China and its policies. Nevertheless, South Korea remains a reliable U.S. ally and security partner and Beijing’s options regarding Seoul are seriously constrained as long as China remains committed to sustaining North Korea as a buffer state.

Mr. Xi Goes to Seoul

Mel Gurtov, Editor-in-Chief, Asian Perspective

Chinese President Xi Jinping recently made a trip to South Korea to further three objectives, according to Mel Gurtov. Given these three objectives, Gurtov analyzes and discusses their implications. More broadly, he also analyzes the implications of President Xi Jinping’s trip in general.

A Second Look at the China-Brazil Relationship

Fernando Menéndez, Principal, Cordoba Group Int'l LLC

While it is rumored that Chinese President Xi Jinping requested the BRICS Summit in Brazil be held in July so he could attend the World Cup, Fernando Menéndez argues that China’s president should have more on his mind than a football game and highlights the significance of the upcoming BRICS Summit.

Discussions for a Smooth US-China Partnership

Shen Dingli, Associate Dean, Fudan Unversity

The recently concluded Strategic & Economic Dialogue, as well as the Consultation on People-to-People Exchange both provide opportunities for high-level annual institutional dialogue, writes Shen Dingli.

Strategic Reaffirmation on China-US Relations

Xue Junying, Researcher, China Foundation for Int'l Studies

Strategic Reaffirmation on China-US Relations

China and the US have reaffirmed the right approach to manage their differences in the China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue and the High-level Consultation on People-to-People Exchange. However, both sides must translate their strategic consensus into actual policies. Some examples of policy areas deserving more attention include the Bilateral Investment Treaty, cooperation on climate change issues, and strengthened military-to-military relations.

What’s Next for the BRICS?

Eric Farnsworth, VP, Council of Americas and Americas Society

What’s Next for the BRICS?

Expectations about the upcoming BRICS meeting in Brazil on July 15 are high, with many of the participant leaders aiming for the meeting to be a success for various political reasons. Eric Farnsworth analyzes these expectations, as well as the topics on the BRICS agenda for discussion.

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