Category Archives: East Asia

Nov 11 2013

The dispute between China and the EU over solar panels illustrates the misunderstandings that have plagued EU-China relations

3 Comments

As part of the LSE EUROPP series on the Dahrendorf Symposium.     Earlier this year a dispute began between the EU and China after the European Commission temporarily imposed anti-dumping levies on imported Chinese solar panels. Cherry Yu writes … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by LSE IDEAS

Oct 7 2013

US shutdown has a hefty international price tag

Leave a comment

By Peter Trubowitz, Professor of International Relations at the LSE.   George Washington’s Farewell Address is usually remembered for its admonition to “steer clear of permanent alliances”. But Washington’s famous words contained a second warning too, one that is especially … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by LSE IDEAS

Jun 10 2013

The Sunnylands Summit: Power for Purpose

2 Comments

By Arvind Subramanian, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE)   When Presidents Obama and Xi Jinping meet for a historic private summit this week, the California desert air will be rife with the rhetoric of cooperation and partnership. … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by LSE IDEAS