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After Announcing “Separation From the US,” Philippines President Embraces China

Murray Hiebert YaleGlobal, 20 October 2016
Duterte’s belligerence towards the US alters strategic environment, but China may not budge on South China Sea
WASHINGTON : Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte visited China for four days beginning October 18 in a strategic bet that he can patch up contentious relations with Beijing, seek economic aid while loosening longstanding ties with the United States. The results of the trip in which he announced his “separation from the US,” will be closely monitored for signs of how serious the new president is about orienting the Philippines toward China and away from the United States.... More >

Unlike the West, India and China Embrace Globalization

Bruce Stokes YaleGlobal, 18 October 2016
Pew Global Attitudes Survey: Indians, Chinese are content with growing integration of their nations into world economy

UN Secretary-General Must Manage Trilateral Divergences Over Globalization

Richard Weitz YaleGlobal, 13 October 2016
UN success rests in commitment to common values, but China, Russia and the US differ on globalization

In the News

David Francis
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