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China International Studies

No.73, November/December 2018

来源:China International Studies    作者:China International Studies    时间:2018-12-20

China's Diplomatic Theory Construction in the Four Decades of Reform and Opening-Up

Yang Jiemian

Over the four decades of reform and opening-up, China has accumulated rich practical experience in diplomacy and achieved significant results in theoretical construction. With unprecedented opportunities and increasingly severe challenges, China's diplomacy must improve practical and theoretical consciousness and foster stronger confidence to break new ground and promote the cause of world peace and development.


Recognizing and Maintaining the Period of Strategic Opportunity for Development

Wang Fan

As the core of strategic planning, the study and recognition of the period of strategic opportunity has a direct bearing on the direction of strategic decision-making. A correct view of history, the overall situation and China's role is all the more needed in the face of mounting difficulty in maintaining such a period.


US Policy Adjustment toward China and Its Implications for China-US Relations

Xu Jian

The China-US relations are experiencing profound transformation, which is accompanied by risks and challenges but also reflects the trend of world development. Stabilizing the overall bilateral relations poses a major test for China's diplomacy in the new era, which will hinge on both sides' efforts to avoid various traps and properly manage disputes.


China-CELAC Forum: Injecting Impetus to China-LAC Cooperation

Wang Huizhi

As the main channel for collective cooperation between China and Latin America, the China-CELAC Forum conforms to actual needs and long-term interests of both sides and accords with the steadily deepening cooperation. Problems and contradictions exposed should be viewed rationally to ensure smooth and orderly operation of the Forum.


Power Plays in Syria: New Developments and Prospects

Dong Manyuan

The fate of Syria has been dominated by great-power rivalry following US and Russian involvement. Linked to their competition in Eurasia and to their intervention in other Middle East hotspots, the power plays between the two countries in Syria will enter a lengthy period of stalemate albeit with twists and turns.


Japan's Domestic and Foreign Policies and Implications for the Asia-Pacific Region

Zhou Yongsheng

Based on positive outcomes of his economic policy, Abe is pursuing a regional economic and trade strategy to complement and advance his political and security agendas. Japan's domestic and foreign policies bring both negative and positive implications to the Asia-Pacific region and require our case-by-case analysis.


China-Russia Sustainable Development Cooperation in the Arctic: Challenges and Approaches

Zhao Long

With "sustainable development" defined as the overall framework, China-Russia Arctic cooperation is becoming a new "growth point" in bilateral strategic partnership. It enriches China's diplomatic practices in new frontiers, guides the pluralist trend of Arctic international governance, and injects new impetus into maritime cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative.


China-Philippines Joint Development of South China Sea Hydrocarbon Resources: Challenges and Future Priorities

Kang Lin & Luo Chuanyu

The China-Philippines joint development of oil and gas resources is expected to make breakthroughs under the background of stabilizing situation in the South China Sea and a better regional atmosphere for cooperation. The two sides should seize opportunities, work out specifics, and achieve early harvests as soon as possible.


Trump's Economic Security Strategy and Its Implications

Pan Xiaoming & Chen Jiawen

Trump's economic security strategy, as a product of the United States' rising domestic contradictions and relative decline, marks a major adjustment of US international economic policy. With the implementation of relevant policies, it will have a far-reaching impact on the integration of the world economy and China-US bilateral cooperation.