• · ARCTIC GOVERNANCE PARADIGM AND THE ROLE OF CHINA 2017-01-05 [Zhao Long ]
    The changing environment in the Arctic has had great impact on the global ecosystem and socio-economic activities. Th is paper emphasizes that the multilevel paradigm of Arctic governance is a manifestation of collective action in dealing with common challenges at global level. At the regional level, the Rovaniemi process seeks a common identity from a wide range of actors, encouraging them to pro...
  • · Balancing Leadership in Regional Cooperation and China’s Policy Options 2016-12-06 [Zhou Shixin]
    leadership is not the title and honor that anyone is privileged to call itself but is defined and recognized by others voluntarily. In international relations, leadership is often mismatched as hegemony in theory and practice. Leadership balancing is entangled in various initiatives of Asia-Pacific regional integration, especially in TPP and RCEP in the framework of FTAAP. The US-Led TPP and ASEAN...
  • · Is There a Role for BRICS in Asian Affairs? [Niu Haibing]
    BRICS is an important rising force in current global governance system. The priorities of previous cooperation within BRICS have been given to reforming major international financial institutions since 2009 and were extended to international security and development issues in recent years. At regional level, BRICS leaders held dialogue with their counterparts in Africa and South America in the two...
  • · Chinese Perspective on Challenges for the Interstate cooperation in Eurasia 2015-12-30 [Zhao Long]
    Over the past 12 years of development, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) has made great achievements in deepening cooperation in various fields between member states, in updating the organizational structure and mechanism of cooperation, became an important force in maintaining regional security and development. SCO has increased its cohesive ability and international influence to cre...
  • · Promoting Peace Through Sustainable Development Goals: What Role for FOCAC? 2016-11-22 [Anna Moller-Loswick] [ Thomas Wheeler] [ Richard Smith] [ Showers Mawowa ] [zhangsan]
    After two years of discussion, UN member states have finally agreed on a new set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which will replace the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and establish a global development framework for the next fifteen years. The SDGs which were formally adopted at the UN Substainable Development Summit on 25 September 2015. The Common African Position (CAP) calls for t...