Scholars in Beijing discussed China's future role in global affairs as a new world order is being established.
As more Chinese nationals and enterprises overseas fall victim to terrorism, private security companies (PSC) are becoming a solution for defense amid mounting safety woes.
A round table focusing on China's "Belt and Road" Initiative and South Korea's Eurasia Initiative was held in Beijing on Nov. 27.
At 9:00 a.m. on Dec. 5, 2015, a forum sponsored by the Singapore-based Lien Foundation will be held by the Nanyang Center for Public Administration of Nanyang Technological University (NTU), the Center for China and Globalization and the Charhar Institute
Scholars at the Charhar Institute urge better conflict resolution for the "Belt and Road Initiative" since security risks tend to be neglected compared with the concept of common prosperity promised to all countries involved.
In the afternoon of Oct. 31, 2015 at 2 p.m., a Roundtable Discussion will be held by China's Charhar Institute and the Japan Institute for Peace at the Liaoning Hotel in Beijing on the topic of the past, present and future of Sino-Japanese relationshi
A delegation from China's Charhar Institute visited the International Crisis Group (ICG) headquartered in Brussels on October 5.
The Secretary-general of China's Charhar Institute Ke Yinbin was invited to become a special member of the International Experts Committee at the Czech EU-China Economics and Politics Institute this month.
In order to obtain accurate answers to the real strategic motivation behind China's international public goods policies, a necessary methodological innovation from normative studies to empirical studies should be taken.