Chatham House research on China includes Chinese foreign and economic policy and China's role in global governance and the international legal order.
A key focus of this work considers the national, regional and global impact of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
As economic power and influence shifts globally and regionally, the EU-China 2025 project focuses on the economic relationship between the EU and China over the coming decade.
China has also come to play a leading role internationally on internet governance and, alongside countries including India and Japan, is developing its own telecoms infrastructure and hardware.
At the end of 2014, China announced its intention to become a normative power but what kind of normative power will it be? The International Law Programme and the Asia Programme have been tracking steps by China to realize this goal through their China and the Future of the International Legal Order project.