A Dhaka-Beijing Pivot? Future Chinese Foreign Policy in South Asia

(Credit: Xinhua News Agency/Getty Images) By Atif A. Choudhury Recent trade concessions by Beijing to Dhaka have fueled significant speculation about developments in the Sino-Bangladesh relationship, with several observers suggesting that Dhaka is “pivoting” towards Beijing and...

Covid’s Potential Impact in Africa

With Wuhan, China slowly beginning to return to normalcy following several months of strict lockdown to prevent the spread of covid-19, speculation now turns to other areas of the world and how the virus might take hold in those places. The Atlantic...

China Program Reports: August 29, 2019

On May 31-June 1, 2019, The Carter Center hosted “The Rise of China and Its Impact on Developing Countries,” the sixth annual conference of the International Consortium for China Studies. The event was co-organized by The Carter Center’s China Program and Latin...

China Program’s Africa-US-China Trilateral Cooperation Timeline

This page serves as a timeline of the Carter Center China Program's involvement in Africa-US-China trilateral cooperation from 2015 to 2019. March 5-6, 2015 1st Africa-China-US Consultation for Peace and Development was held at The Carter Center with a focus on China-US cooperation in Sudan...

Chinese and US Engagement with Developing Countries News Roundup: Mar.11 – Mar.29, 2019

Every two weeks, The Carter Center’s China Program releases an overview of major events involving Chinese and US global engagement, with a particular focus on emerging issues in Africa and Latin America. In addition to using news sources, the news roundup will analyze papers...

Report on the Great Powers and Global Peace Forum

On October 24, 2017, The Carter Center and the Halle Institute for Global Learning at Emory University invited Arun K. Singh, former Indian Ambassador to the United States and Henry Levine, former American consult general to Shanghai. to speak on great powers and world...

For China, the South China Sea Represents a Window of Opportunity

For China, the South China Sea Represents a Window of Opportunity Responding to the geopolitical tensions in the South China Sea has been one of the most critical challenges facing the Chinese government. Xue Li is the Director of the Department of International Strategy at...

2017 G20 Gains and Gripes

The latest G20 Summit, an annual meeting  of international leaders from 20 countries and international organizations, convened last weekend from July 8-9th in Hamburg, Germany. Important areas of discussion for the 12th meeting of these global leaders included climate change and sustainable development, the global financial system and its growth, counter-terrorism, the spread of digital technology, health issues, anti-corruption,...

Rebuilding Afghanistan: A Chance for U.S.-China Consistency

Afghanistan is at the crossroads of the “Heart of Asia”. Because of its geopolitical centrality, the country has been a focal point for invasion and wars. In the 1980s and early 1990s, Afghanistan was a proxy battleground for the Cold War between the Soviet...

Why is the U.S. Pushing China to Curb North Korea?

The American government has been increasing the pressure on China to take greater action against North Korea's missile test launches. North Korea has been in the process of developing and testing nuclear weapons for the past 14 years or so. This article aims to...

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