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1. Updating Estimates of Methane Emissions: The Case of China

2. Outsiders Wanting In: Asian States and Arctic Governance

3. China’s Rise and U.S. Defense Implications

4. China: The Renewable Hydrogen Superpower?

5. Counterterrorism and Preventive Repression: China’s Changing Strategy in Xinjiang

6. Chinese Coercion in the South China Sea: Resolve and Costs

7. China’s National Carbon Market: Paradox and Potential

8. Kazakhs Wary of Chinese Embrace as BRI Gathers Steam

9. China in a World of Orders: Rethinking Compliance and Challenge in Beijing's International Relations

10. Dangerous Confidence? Chinese Views on Nuclear Escalation

11. The Domestic Politics of Nuclear Choices

12. Cautious Bully: Reputation, Resolve, and Beijing's Use of Coercion in the South China Sea

13. Bound to Fail: The Rise and Fall of the Liberal International Order

14. A Flawed Framework: Why the Liberal International Order Concept Is Misguided

15. Proliferation and the Logic of the Nuclear Market

16. The Demographic Transition Theory of War: Why Young Societies Are Conflict Prone and Old Societies Are the Most Peaceful

17. Why China Has Not Caught Up Yet: Military-Technological Superiority and the Limits of Imitation, Reverse Engineering, and Cyber Espionage

18. Comparative Assessment of China and U.S. Policies to Meet Climate Change Targets

19. Pursuing a Low-Carbon Action Plan: The Case of Chongqing City

20. Racing toward Tragedy? China's Rise, Military Competition in the Asia Pacific, and the Security Dilemma

21. Pakistan's Forgotten Genocide—A Review Essay

22. The Impact of China on Cybersecurity: Fiction and Friction

23. The Inscrutable Intentions of Great Powers

24. Why China Won't Abandon Its Nuclear Strategy of Assured Retaliation

25. A U.S.-China Grand Bargain? The Hard Choice between Military Competition and Accommodation

26. Primacy or World Order? The United States and China's Rise-A Review Essay

27. "Debating China's Assertiveness"

28. Securing China's Nuclear Future

29. Why China Needs New Institutions to Cope with Looming Water Scarcity

30. "Domestic Coalitions, Internationalization, and War: Then and Now"

31. Harvard-Tsinghua Workshop on Market Mechanisms to Achieve a Low-Carbon Future for China

32. Low Carbon Shanghai Avoiding Carbon Lock-In through Sustainable Urbanization

33. In the Eye of the Beholder: How Leaders and Intelligence Communities Assess the Intentions of Adversaries

34. Identifying Options for a New International Climate Regime Arising from the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action

35. China's Fear of Contagion: Tiananmen Square and the Power of the European Example

36. Correspondence: Debating India's Pathway to Nuclearization

37. Is a Nuclear Deal with Iran Possible? An Analytical Framework for the Iran Nuclear Negotiations

38. Debating China's Rise and U.S. Decline

39. "Unrest Assured: Why Unipolarity Is Not Peaceful"

40. "China's Century? Why America's Edge Will Endure"

41. To Stay Ahead of China, Stay Engaged in Asia

42. Graceful Decline? The Surprising Success of Great Power Retrenchment

43. China's Aircraft Carrier: Chinese Naval Nationalism and Its Implications for the United States

44. The Future of U.S. Nuclear Policy: The Case for No First Use

45. Status Seekers: Chinese and Russian Responses to U.S. Primacy

46. "China's Search for Assured Retaliation: The Evolution of Chinese Nuclear Strategy and Force Structure"

47. Energy Innovation Policy in Major Emerging Countries

48. "Bridge over Troubled Water? Envisioning a China-Taiwan Peace Agreement"

49. Options for Reforming the Clean Development Mechanism

50. Improving U.S.-China Relations: The Next Steps