Charlie Parton Associate fellow of The Royal United Services Institute
May 16 , 2018
To achieve its goal of becoming a leading global power by 2050, China must resolve its looming water shortage, writes Charlie Parton.
Cynthia Watson Professor, National War College
Oct 26 , 2012
Following the reelection of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in early October, many ask how his continued anti-U.S. policies will affect the region. However, Cynthia Watson argues that while Chavez represents a volatile, unpredictable force in our shrinking world, his reelection does not represent a dramatic turning point for China’s involvement in Latin America.