China's Emerging Role in Conflict Mediation

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China's Emerging Role in Conflict Mediation

Stimson’s China program is conducting an ongoing research and dialogue project that examines China’s emerging role in conflict mediation globally. The project explores China's foray into conflict mediation during a period of evolution in China's multidimensional role on the international stage and engages critical Chinese actors on potential cooperation in conflict mediation in Myanmar, Afghanistan/Pakistan, India/Pakistan, the Korean peninsula, Africa, and the Middle East.

Included in the project's first compilation of works are (in both English and Chinese): thorough analysis of how great powers engage in mediation, commentary on how China's policies fit within its decades-old non-interference policy, an investigation into Beijing's mediatory role between India and Pakistan, and detailed best practices for military ceasefire monitoring.

Great Power Mediation: Opportunities and Challenges for China 
By Kenneth Schultz and Jason Li
中文版:大国调解:中国的机遇与挑战 (in Chinese)

 

 

Conflict Mediation with Chinese Characteristics: How China Justifies Its Non-Interference Policy as an Arbitrator
By Jason Li
中文版: 具有中国特色的冲调突调解:中国如何合理化其不干涉政策 (in Chinese)

 

Chinese Mediation on the Subcontinent?
By Hannah Haegeland
中文版: 南亚次大陆的中国调解?(in Chinese)​

 

 

From the Battlefield to Political Dialogue: The Role of the Military and Armed Groups in Peace Processes in Northern Myanmar
By Jan Erik Wilhelmsen
中文版: 从战场到政治对话:军队和武装团体在北缅甸和平进程中的作用 (in Chinese)