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Can America Save the World Order?
September 21, 2014
Can America Save the World Order?
Kissinger says the current world order is under threat. To rebuild it the US must first rebuild itself.
Can America Save the World Order?
India’s Blind Spot on ISIS
September 21, 2014
India’s Blind Spot on ISIS
So far, few Indians have joined the extremists, but gaps in New Delhi’s ability to track them are worrying.
India’s Blind Spot on ISIS
The Perils of Hong Kong’s Constitutional Changes
September 21, 2014
The Perils of Hong Kong’s Constitutional Changes
Calling Beijing’s restrictive framework ‘political reform’ is a misnomer.
The Perils of Hong Kong’s Constitutional Changes
China’s Economy: Stimulated But Not Aroused
September 21, 2014
China’s Economy: Stimulated But Not Aroused
Stimulus alone won’t be enough to revive the Chinese economy.
China’s Economy: Stimulated But Not Aroused
North Korea's Diplomacy Bonanza
September 20, 2014
North Korea's Diplomacy Bonanza
The Hermit Kingdom is coming out of its shell this month with a series of unusual diplomatic overtures.
North Korea's Diplomacy Bonanza
How Much Can China Offer in Africa’s Ebola Crisis?
September 20, 2014
How Much Can China Offer in Africa’s Ebola Crisis?
A lot, according to Chinese state media. The reality is more complicated.
How Much Can China Offer in Africa’s Ebola Crisis?
Space: The Final Missile Defense Frontier?
September 20, 2014
Space: The Final Missile Defense Frontier?
Also, Indian Air Force deals, the INS Vikramaditya, U.S.-China military relations, and MH370. Weekend links.
Space: The Final Missile Defense Frontier?
Can China Save the Shanghai Free Trade Zone?
September 20, 2014
Can China Save the Shanghai Free Trade Zone?
So far, the Shanghai FTZ has failed to live up to expectations. Can Premier Li Keqiang turn things around?
Can China Save the Shanghai Free Trade Zone?
The China Dream Vs. The American Dream
September 20, 2014
The China Dream Vs. The American Dream
The China Dream is the dream of a nation; the American dream is the dream of an individual.
The China Dream Vs. The American Dream
What Does China Think of Scotland’s Referendum?
September 19, 2014
What Does China Think of Scotland’s Referendum?
Plus, the Kim Jong-un rumors, China and the Ebola crisis, and China's biggest polluter. Friday China links.
What Does China Think of Scotland’s Referendum?
There’s Been A Quiet Decline in Senkaku Confrontations
September 19, 2014
There’s Been A Quiet Decline in Senkaku Confrontations
Chinese government ships are reducing visits, plus weekend Japanese security and foreign policy links.
There’s Been A Quiet Decline in Senkaku Confrontations
Hong Kong and China: One Country, Two Histories
September 19, 2014
Hong Kong and China: One Country, Two Histories
Two different histories and two different worldviews. Why many Hong Kongers struggle with a national Chinese identity.
Hong Kong and China: One Country, Two Histories
56 Percent of Chinese Say Environment More Important Than Growth
September 19, 2014
56 Percent of Chinese Say Environment More Important Than Growth
Development and emerging social issues are changing the values of Chinese citizens.
56 Percent of Chinese Say Environment More Important Than Growth
The Risks of Alibaba’s Wall Street Splash
September 19, 2014
The Risks of Alibaba’s Wall Street Splash
The Chinese online retailer is poised to challenge Amazon, but investors should beware its corporate structure.
The Risks of Alibaba’s Wall Street Splash
Taiwan Is <i>Not</i> Overly Dependent on China
September 19, 2014
Taiwan Is Not Overly Dependent on China
A Taiwan government official responds to a recent Diplomat article.
Taiwan Is Not Overly Dependent on China
No, Malaysia Would Never Host a US Spy Base
September 19, 2014
No, Malaysia Would Never Host a US Spy Base
The notion that Malaysia may offer the U.S. Navy a base for surveillance aircraft is laughable.
No, Malaysia Would Never Host a US Spy Base
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