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China International Studies

No.70, May/June 2018

来源:China International Studies    作者:China International Studies    时间:2018-05-28

 

Progress and Future Development of Lancang-Mekong Cooperation

Liu Qing

The Lancang-Mekong Cooperation has become an important model for China and neighboring countries seeking to build a community of shared future with its remarkable achievements. Based on the solid foundation, the LMC needs to overcome several challenges to ensure strong and sustainable momentum.


Principled Pragmatism: Understanding the EU Position on Economic Relations with China

Men Jing

The EU-China relations have been experiencing noticeable changes in recent years, with the EU turning realist and putting more emphasis on interests in its interactions with China. This "principled pragmatism," reflected in the EU's position on China's Belt and Road Initiative, heralds the crossroads of bilateral relations.

 

Belt and Road Initiative and Transformation of International Energy Order

Yang Chenxi

With a profound adjustment in international energy supply and demand, the transformation of international energy order is in the making. In line with this trend, the Belt and Road energy cooperation promotes interaction between producer and consumer countries, and provides new security and economic values to the international energy order.

 

Trump's "America First" Security Strategy: Impact on China-US Relations

Teng Jianqun

The idea of "America First" is reflected throughout Trump's first National Security Strategy. The report, which reveals the US perception of China as strategic competitor and return to great-power politics, will usher in a new era for bilateral relations that requires China's well-prepared response.

 

The Abe Government's Policy on North Korean Nuclear Issue

Meng Xiaoxu

In the face of North Korean nuclear and missile threats, the Abe government's "increased pressure" policy is showing a clearer offensive tendency. However, it would be ineffective in curbing North Korea's ambitions, and run the risk of hindering both the resolution of the nuclear issue and the development of regional inter-state relations.

 

Indian Ocean Rim Association: New Developments and China's Engagement

Wei Hong & Li Ciyuan

The IORA, as the most representative multilateral mechanism in the region, features inclusiveness, equality, openness and flexibility. With the advance of the Belt and Road Initiative, China needs to deepen cooperation with the IORA while properly handling various contradictions and challenges.