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This chapter explores the factors that have shaped the operating environment of the “East Turkestan Islamic Movement” (ETIM) and “Turkestan Islamic Party” (TIP) and the broader strategic context in which Chinese counter-terrorism policy operates. It demonstrates that for much of the period since 2001 ETIM and TIP’s operating environment was conditi...
The year since my book The China-Pakistan Axis: Asia’s New Geopolitics was published has been an unusually dramatic one in the Sino-Pakistani relationship. The launch of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), Xi Jinping’s landmark visit to Pakistan, and China’s increasingly public role in the Afghan peace process all imply—as Daniel Markey no...
China and Pakistan have been each other's only "all-weather friend" for decades, but the relationship remains little understood. This book recounts the history of the Sino-Pakistani axis, including details of its most sensitive aspects, such as China's dealings with the Taliban and its support for Pakistan's nuclear program. Today this relationship...
In many respects, we live in a tripolar world. The European Union, the United States and the People’s Republic of China rank first, second and third respectively in gross domestic product (GDP) in the world, and together account for nearly 54 per cent of global GDP.1 They are the three largest traders in the world and their total imports and export...
With the WTO hamstrung and the Doha Round dead in all but name, the future directions of international trade and investment liberalisation will be largely determined by the policy strategies and initiatives of the world’s economic superpowers. Looking at the trade and investment policy strategies of the EU, the U.S., and China, the authors of this...
In Asia, Europe is no longer seen as a dominant world player and is, in some cases, seen to exemplify the management of decline. More often than not, Europe and the EU are seen to be unstrategic actors in Asia that are preoccupied with relations with China. European states do not act in solidarity in Asia, signalling to Asian states that they are d...