China Intelligence – For Policymakers

Our China Intelligence Service for Policymakers is dedicated to delivering a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the Chinese political, economic and social landscape, serving as a foundation for providing actionable insights and recommendations to policymakers. This enables them to effectively navigate the complexities of China-related issues and develop strategic approaches to engage with China.

To achieve this goal, we provide a suite of services, including:

       Research and Analysis: Conducting comprehensive research and analysis on China’s political, economic, and social landscape, as well as its relations with other countries, including the impact of policies and initiatives on international relations and global trade.

We offer access to a wide range of studies on the Chinese context, such as ——

Ø    Political analysis: Assessing China’s political landscape, including the decision-making processes, key political figures,    policy changes, and domestic issues that could impact its international relations.

Ø    Geopolitical analysis: Evaluating China’s international relations, foreign policy, regional dynamics, and potential implications for global security and stability.

Ø     Economic analysis: Examining China’s economic performance, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as analyzing its trade policies and potential impact on global economic trends.

Ø    Legal and regulatory insights: Analyzing changes to China’s laws, regulations, and enforcement practices that may have  implications for international businesses, trade relations, or policy coordination.

Ø   Technology and innovation: Monitoring developments in technology, scientific research, and innovation in China, and  assessing their potential implications for global technological leadership, competitiveness, and collaboration opportunities.

Ø    Environmental and climate policy: Analyzing China’s environmental and climate policies, as well as assessing its progress towards meeting global climate goals and potential implications for international cooperation on climate change.

Ø    Human rights and social issues: Evaluating China’s human rights record, treatment of ethnic and religious minorities, and social issues that could impact its international reputation and relations.

·       Monitoring: Monitoring and reporting on key developments and trends in China, such as changes in policy, leadership, public     opinion, and economic and social development trends, with a focus on significant projects like the Belt and Road Initiative.

·      Timely Briefings: Delivering timely briefings and reports for policymakers and government officials on a range of China-related issues, including key topics such as human rights, environmental regulations, and intellectual property rights.

·     Strategic Risk Assessment: Identifying potential challenges, opportunities and assessing potential risks associated with     China’s  actions or policies.

·    Strategic Policy Analysis and Recommendations: Evaluating existing policies related to China, identifying potential gaps or weaknesses, and providing recommendations for policy improvements or new initiatives.

·     Custom Intelligence and Advisory: Providing tailored research and consulting services to address specific policy concerns or challenges related to China and its role in the global landscape.

Building on the insights gained from these diverse studies, we empower policymakers in strategic decision-making and policy implementation with confidence, facilitating informed choices in an increasingly interconnected world.