Sino-Pakistan Energy Corridor: Geopolitical and Geo-economic Thoughts
The Construction of the Silk Road Economic Belt has extraordinary significance to optimizing China’s diplomatic strategy and economic structure as well as reasonably tapping resources in the EurasianContinent. As an important component of the unfurling strategy, the Sino-Pakistan Energy Corridor is of great importance to stabilizing China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region and Pakistan itself and promoting the regional economic development as a whole. China has reasons to push forward the implementation of the ambitious plan despite obvious difficulties.
EU-Taiwan Semiconductor Cooperation: Lopsided Priorities?
Abstract: The European Union (EU) seeks de facto closer cooperation on chip production with Taiwan. This was underlined during Foreign Minister Joseph Wu’s Europe Tour in 2021 and by a […]
India and the Persian Gulf: Bilateralism, Regional Security and the China Factor
Abstract: This issue brief discusses how regional security in the Persian Gulf is vital for the international oil and gas market, and maritime security in the western Indian Ocean. For […]
Water as a Political Security Tool: The Himalaya’s Strategic Conundrum
Abstract Fresh water has no substitute, and its availability has been declining sharply around the globe. In Asia, China’s role as a multidirectional and trans-border water provider is debatable. Analysis […]
Compatible Interests? The EU and China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Executive Summary While China and the European Union are at opposite ends of the Eurasian continent, booming trade, along with China’s rise as a global power, has made their relationship […]
Snapshot of the U.S.-China Trade War
Summary • The U.S.-China Trade War is the culmination of a longstanding trade friction. Washington cites unfair Chinese trade practices and intellectual property violations, allegations that Beijing has challenged. • […]