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China Revamps South China Sea Cruise Line
September 02, 2014
China Revamps South China Sea Cruise Line
Over a year old, China's cruise service to the Paracels is going strong.
China Revamps South China Sea Cruise Line
Modi-Abe Summit High on Rhetoric, Lagging in Agreements
September 02, 2014
Modi-Abe Summit High on Rhetoric, Lagging in Agreements
Significant nuclear, rail and diplomatic deals have been “pushed forward,” yet China remains a concern.
Modi-Abe Summit High on Rhetoric, Lagging in Agreements
India: The Odd BRIC Out
September 02, 2014
India: The Odd BRIC Out
India must strike a balance between its new emerging partners and beneficial Western ties.
India: The Odd BRIC Out
Singapore: A Geriatric Society
September 02, 2014
Singapore: A Geriatric Society
Singapore needs more parental leave and a better work-life balance to stem population decline.
Singapore: A Geriatric Society
The Beijing Line on Hong Kong's Draft Rules
September 02, 2014
The Beijing Line on Hong Kong's Draft Rules
Mainland media outlets are bolstering Beijing's position in advance of the Occupy Central protests in Hong Kong.
The Beijing Line on Hong Kong's Draft Rules
Shinzo Abe’s Cabinet Reshuffle
September 02, 2014
Shinzo Abe’s Cabinet Reshuffle
The cabinet members may change, but the far-right ideology will remain the same.
Shinzo Abe’s Cabinet Reshuffle
Japan’s Agriculture Dilemma
September 02, 2014
Japan’s Agriculture Dilemma
Achieving large-scale agriculture is an imperative, yet political opposition is formidable.
Japan’s Agriculture Dilemma
Hong Kong on Edge
September 01, 2014
Hong Kong on Edge
Frustration and anxiety are growing as Beijing battens down the hatches on democracy.
Hong Kong on Edge
China’s New Property Registration System: Real Estate Taxes in the Pipeline
September 01, 2014
China’s New Property Registration System: Real Estate Taxes in the Pipeline
The new system should increase the transparency of property rights.
China’s New Property Registration System: Real Estate Taxes in the Pipeline
China Eyes Russia’s S-400, Taiwan Seeks New Air Defense System
August 30, 2014
China Eyes Russia’s S-400, Taiwan Seeks New Air Defense System
China and Taiwan are both seeking significant upgrades to their air defense systems in the years ahead.
China Eyes Russia’s S-400, Taiwan Seeks New Air Defense System
Learning From China’s Oil Rig Standoff With Vietnam
August 30, 2014
Learning From China’s Oil Rig Standoff With Vietnam
Understanding the motives behind Beijing’s provocation will help the US and its partners deal with future incidents.
Learning From China’s Oil Rig Standoff With Vietnam
Chinese Drop-Off in US Graduate Schools Triggers False Alarm
August 30, 2014
Chinese Drop-Off in US Graduate Schools Triggers False Alarm
The number of Chinese students applying to US grad schools has tapered, but this should not be cause for alarm.
Chinese Drop-Off in US Graduate Schools Triggers False Alarm
Setting Naval Priorities
August 30, 2014
Setting Naval Priorities
The Naval Diplomat on the USS Saratoga, China's rogue pilots and setting naval priorities.
Setting Naval Priorities
The Great Myth: World War I Was No Accident
August 30, 2014
The Great Myth: World War I Was No Accident
World War I wasn't an inadvertent war but the result of deliberate German state policy.
The Great Myth: World War I Was No Accident
China’s APEC Diplomacy
August 30, 2014
China’s APEC Diplomacy
From India and the US to Japan and Taiwan, the 2014 APEC summit presents interesting diplomatic opportunities for China.
China’s APEC Diplomacy
China's Next Air Intercept Could Be Even Closer
August 29, 2014
China's Next Air Intercept Could Be Even Closer
Air intercepts, the Nicaragua Canal, and a military training session gone bad: Your Friday China links.
China's Next Air Intercept Could Be Even Closer
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