6 Mar 2013
Britain and the EU:International Perspectives
Author: Tim Summers, Şevket Pamuk, Xenia Dormandy, Vassi Naidoo
This is a transcript of a discussion on Britain and the EU.
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4 Mar 2013
China’s Economic Conditions
Author: Wayne M Morrison
Congressional Research Service (CRS)
This report provides background on China’s economic rise and current economic structure and the challenges China faces to keep its economy growing strong, and describes Chinese economic policies that are of concern to US policymakers.
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4 Mar 2013
Strategic Trends 2013
Author: Andrea Baumann, Jonas Grätz, Prem Mahadevan
Center for Security Studies (CSS)
This edition of Strategic Trends contains articles on the "de-westernisation" of globalisation and on the issue of maritime insecurity in East Asia.
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Scramble for Africa in the 21st Century
Author: John Bruni, Ming Ting, Shoo Lin Siah, Uwe Kaufmann
This paper argues that while the contemporary 'Africa rising' narrative has been based on the influx of Chinese investment, silently sitting in the background are investment inflows from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
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25 Feb 2013
Chinese Investment in the EU: A Win-Win Game
Author: Jiang Shixue
European Policy Centre (EPC)
Chinese investment in Europe remains a political hot potato and often raises fears in Europe.
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Sub-Saharan Africa: Case Studies of US and Chinese Economic Engagement in Angola, Ghana, and Kenya
Author: David Gootnick
US Government Accountability Office (GAO), Washington, DC
This supplement presents the results of case studies of US and Chinese economic engagement in three sub-Saharan African countries: Angola, Ghana, and Kenya.
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EAI US-China Relations Statement Factsheet (October 2012)
Author: Stephen Ranger
East Asia Institute (EAI)
This fact sheet focuses on Chinese and US statements on the South/East China Sea dispute, Iranian sanctions, mediation in Syria, allegations of currency manipulation, cyber security and the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.
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