Center for China-U.S. Cooperation publications include the Journal of Contemporary China, as well as various articles and books written by Suisheng Zhao.
Journal of Contemporary China (JCC) is the only English-language journal edited in North America that provides exclusive information about contemporary Chinese affairs for scholars, businessmen and government policy-makers. It publishes peer-reviewed articles of theoretical and policy research and research notes, as well as book reviews. The journal's fields of interest include economics, political science, law, culture, literature, business, history, international relations, sociology and other social sciences and humanities.
The link below provides access to all articles from the Journal of Contemporary China from January 1997 to July 2016. Articles are arranged by subject matter.
In the News:
Professor Suisheng Zhao has contributed to the newly released e-book, titled:
"Xi's Policy Gambles: The Bumpy Road Ahead"
Two years after Xi Jinping was elected President of China, the country is undergoing a profound transformation that will shape its political and economic position. Whether Xi will succeed in pursuing his "China Dream" development plan will ultimately depend upon his ability to successfully manage the end of China's astonishing economic growth, and to adapt it to the so–called economic "new normal". Xi's term will be key to find out whether China is going to further scale–up its position in the international arena. This report covers most of the major economic and political changes in China with a view to sketching out possible scenarios for the next years.
The report, edited by Alessia Amighini and Axel Berkofsky, will be presented today during the Fifth Annual Conference "China Watcher".
Xi's Domestic Bet: Deng or Gorbachev?
The Chinese Recipe: A Unique Model for Modernisation?
China's Economic Growth. Heading to a "New Normal"
The Irreversible Rise. A New Foreign Policy for a Stronger China
EU and China: Making Room for Result–oriented Dialogue
China's "New Silk Road": A Case Study in EU–China Relations
Conclusions. Implications for the EU
A link to the e-book can be found here: