In CWIHP Working Paper No. 64, Christopher Tang argues that the Sino-Pakistani relationship must be viewed within the larger context of China’s foreign policy.
In its 26 July 2003 issue, the International Herald Tribune published an article by William Taubman, author of a new biography of Nikita Khrushchev and CWIHP Advisory Committee chairman, examining the controversy surrounding Nikita Khruschev's famous 1960 "shoe incident" at the United Nations. The article was informed by a heated discussion among several eyewitnesses at a March 2003 CWIHP book launch for Taubman's "Khrushchev." (See the event report on this website.)
Why would one country impose economic sanctions against another in pursuit of foreign policy objectives? How effective is the use of economic weapons in attaining such objectives? To answer these questions, Shu Guang Zhang examines how and why the United States and its allies instituted economic sanctions against the People's Republic of China in the 1950s, and how the embargo affected Chinese domestic policy and the Sino-Soviet alliance.
Documents recently obtained and translated by the North Korea International Documentation Project depict in vivid detail the struggle between North Korea and South Korea to gain diplomatic recognition across Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America in the late 1970s and early 1980s.