CSIS – China Power Newsletter June 2016

ChinaPower Newsletter 
China Power ProjectIt is our pleasure to send you the June edition of the ChinaPower Newsletter, the monthly newsletter of the CSIS China Power Project. The China Power Project centers on ChinaPower— a new website that provides an in-depth understanding of the evolving nature of Chinese power relative to other countries. The project examines five interrelated categories of Chinese power: military, economics, technology, social, and international image.The ChinaPower Newsletter highlights the new and updated content on ChinaPower, as well as featured events and publications. We hope this newsletter provides you with a snapshot of the work we are doing to help our users better understand the complexity of China’s rise.  To ensure you continue to receive the ChinaPower Newsletter, please email chinapower@csis.org.
New Questions

Is air quality in China a social problem?

Chinese leaders face the difficult choice of prioritizing economic growth or environmental and social welfare, which compromises its ability to cultivate its national power. It is estimated that in China air pollution leads to 1.6 million annual premature deaths. In order to assess the social consequences of China’s air pollution, ChinaPower compares pollution levels with other countries and discusses what generates China’s pollution.  Read More

 

Could China seize and occupy Taiwan militarily?

China continues to assert sovereignty claims over Taiwan, and China’s ongoing military modernization has greatly enhanced the PLA’s capabilities. Nevertheless, it remains unclear whether China could seize and occupy Taiwan militarily. ChinaPower asks three experts under, what circumstances China might attempt to take Taiwan? Read More
Featured Experts

 

ChinaPower Events

ChinaPower Launch with Professors Nye and Shambaugh
May 11, 2016

image Although China is the subject of frequent debate, the nature of Chinese power is poorly understood. In this moderated discussion Professors Nye and Shambaugh, two leading scholars in the study of Chinese power, assessed the rise of Chinese power, its strengths and weaknesses, with a particular focus on China’s soft power. Watch Here

Cooperation or Confrontation:
US-China Relations on the Eve of the Strategic and Economic Dialogue
May 26, 2016

image In advance of this year’s S&ED, ChinaPower hosted a panel on US-China relations, moderated by ChinaFile’s Susan Jakes. The discussion covered elements of the bilateral relationship, including economic & trade issues, security challenges, environmental cooperation, and human rights/civil society issues.
Watch Here

Featured Data 

ChinaPower features a variety of interactive data visualizations. Click on any of the previews below to explore our featured content.

Explore air quality across China’s major cities

Track China’s ascending life expectancy

Compare estimates of China’s defense spending

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