Denghua Zhang

Denghua Zhang
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Dr. Denghua Zhang is a research fellow at the Australian National University. He has a decade-long work experience as a former diplomat. He completed his PhD program on Chinese foreign policy and aid at the Australian National University in 2017. His research focuses on international relations, development studies, Pacific studies, Chinese foreign policy and aid. Email: denghua.zhang@anu.edu.au

The China factor in France’s growing engagement in the “peaceful sea”
The China factor in France’s growing engagement in the “peaceful sea”
A step-up by Paris in the Indo-Pacific is evidence that it aims for a pragmatic third path in the region.
China has Honiara onside but hasn’t yet won over Solomon Islands
China has Honiara onside but hasn’t yet won over Solomon Islands
Consternation about the diplomatic switch from Taiwan shows how local politics can have international ramifications.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative, from the inside looking out
China’s Belt and Road Initiative, from the inside looking out
To understand the goals of China’s flagship program means also considering the perspective of state-owned enterprises.
Diplomatic switch? Solomon Islands relations with Taiwan or China
Diplomatic switch? Solomon Islands relations with Taiwan or China
Honiara might break with Taipei after the April election, and may not be the last in a tug of war with Beijing.
China’s new aid agency
China’s new aid agency
An independent agency to oversee China’s expanding aid program is a first step in the right direction.
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