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Cracks Emerge in Hong Kong Protests
November 22, 2014
Cracks Emerge in Hong Kong Protests
Plus, Chinese banks and Iran's Quds forces, Taiwan's upcoming elections, and cross-strait relations. Friday China links.
Cracks Emerge in Hong Kong Protests
China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Cleaning Up the PLA’s House
November 21, 2014
China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Cleaning Up the PLA’s House
Chinese President Xi Jinping has been cautious about taking on “tigers” in China’s military.
China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Cleaning Up the PLA’s House
The Search for a Missing Peace in Islamabad
November 21, 2014
The Search for a Missing Peace in Islamabad
Afghanistan and Pakistan’s past may have to be ignored if they are to have a future.
The Search for a Missing Peace in Islamabad
Australia Speaks at the UN Security Council
November 21, 2014
Australia Speaks at the UN Security Council
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop gives an address on terrorism, as Australia nears the end of its UNSC presidency.
Australia Speaks at the UN Security Council
Kyrgyzstan: A Reluctant Accession to the EEU
November 21, 2014
Kyrgyzstan: A Reluctant Accession to the EEU
The country’s leadership has realized it must join, but is distinctly unenthusiastic at the prospect.
Kyrgyzstan: A Reluctant Accession to the EEU
Myanmar Army Shells Kachin Rebels
November 21, 2014
Myanmar Army Shells Kachin Rebels
The incident represents the most severe attack against the Kachin rebels since fighting resumed in 2011.
Myanmar Army Shells Kachin Rebels
Could Capitol Hill Derail US-China Relations?
November 21, 2014
Could Capitol Hill Derail US-China Relations?
A new report recommends Congress take concrete actions to alter China's economic behavior.
Could Capitol Hill Derail US-China Relations?
Why China's South China Sea Diplomacy Will Frustrate Claimants
November 21, 2014
Why China's South China Sea Diplomacy Will Frustrate Claimants
International frustration over outcomes in the South China Sea is a fine outcome for China.
Why China's South China Sea Diplomacy Will Frustrate Claimants
Attack of the KMT Dinosaurs
November 21, 2014
Attack of the KMT Dinosaurs
To survive in Taiwan, the KMT needs to let go of its past.
Attack of the KMT Dinosaurs
China Responds to North Korea's Nuclear Threat
November 21, 2014
China Responds to North Korea's Nuclear Threat
China will support North Korea against UN human rights investigations -- but will not back a new nuclear test.
China Responds to North Korea's Nuclear Threat
Is 2014 the Start of an Asian Spring?
November 20, 2014
Is 2014 the Start of an Asian Spring?
2014 has been an historic year for protests in Asia, where until now political freedom has lagged economic growth.
Is 2014 the Start of an Asian Spring?
The State Against the Stateless
November 20, 2014
The State Against the Stateless
International law cannot fix statelessness, because statelessness is created by the international order.
The State Against the Stateless
The Oil Slick on the Road to China-US Climate Cooperation
November 20, 2014
The Oil Slick on the Road to China-US Climate Cooperation
Without cooperation on oil, China's transition to a sustainable energy future is hardly guaranteed.
The Oil Slick on the Road to China-US Climate Cooperation
North Korea: Old Threats Meet a New International Attack
November 20, 2014
North Korea: Old Threats Meet a New International Attack
Renewed nuclear test threats are old tactics, as allies will keep Pyongyang from the ICC.
North Korea: Old Threats Meet a New International Attack
Could Indonesia Be an Internet Powerhouse?
November 20, 2014
Could Indonesia Be an Internet Powerhouse?
The potential is enormous, but a change in mindset will be needed.
Could Indonesia Be an Internet Powerhouse?
China’s Hearts-and-Minds Policy in Taiwan
November 20, 2014
China’s Hearts-and-Minds Policy in Taiwan
A low-pressure policy to expand cross-Strait ties may be China’s only choice for unification.
China’s Hearts-and-Minds Policy in Taiwan
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