The most visible part of China’s space program, an ambitious human spaceflight effort, seems motivated by both national pride and the quest for international prestige.
Norm Coleman, Clyde Prestowitz, Douglas Paal, and Zhu Feng weigh in on the significance of the third joint meeting of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue.
With China playing host, it will important to glean how Beijing manages to achieve consensus amongst its BRICS partners around such issues of core interests even after the Summit has come and gone.
The rise of BRICS and other emerging countries is the most significant change in the contemporary geopolitical and economic sphere. This article brings us a brand new perspective of the essence of the rise of BRICS and its future.
The meeting of the “BRICS” leaders is intriguing to observe the changing dynamics of the new world order, a world in which the US finds itself as more of an “observer” than the dominant player it once was.
What kind of relationship will China and the United States have in ten years? Will it be primarily cooperative and collaborative in the face of the foreseeable – and unforeseeable – challenges the world will face? Or will the two countries drift toward strategic rivalry and hostile competition? During Chinese President Hu Jintao’s state visit [...]
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