A Third Road for Xinjiang
April 28, 2015
A Third Road for Xinjiang
Xinjiang's Uyghurs must find a path between tokenism and rebeliion.
A Third Road for Xinjiang
With Abe in US, Chinese Media Warns Obama to Be Wary
April 28, 2015
With Abe in US, Chinese Media Warns Obama to Be Wary
Xinhua uses historical issues to question the wisdom of a close US-Japan alliance.
With Abe in US, Chinese Media Warns Obama to Be Wary
After Devasating Earthquake, China Rushes Aid to Nepal
April 28, 2015
After Devasating Earthquake, China Rushes Aid to Nepal
China is sending hundred of rescue workers and billions of dollars worth of supplies to Nepal.
After Devasating Earthquake, China Rushes Aid to Nepal
The Rise of a New Tsinghua Clique in Chinese Politics
April 27, 2015
The Rise of a New Tsinghua Clique in Chinese Politics
Three Tsinghua alums with strong ties to each other -- and to Xi Jinping -- are climbing the ranks in Chinese politics.
The Rise of a New Tsinghua Clique in Chinese Politics
How China Uses its Cyber Power for Internal Security
April 27, 2015
How China Uses its Cyber Power for Internal Security
This is the first in a series of 5 articles discussing IT as a means to solidify Communist Party rule in the country.
How China Uses its Cyber Power for Internal Security
The Anti-Corruption Drive and Risk of Policy Paralysis in China
April 25, 2015
The Anti-Corruption Drive and Risk of Policy Paralysis in China
Could the anti-corruption drive be encouraging government inaction?
The Anti-Corruption Drive and Risk of Policy Paralysis in China
The Humble Beginnings of China's Space Program
April 25, 2015
The Humble Beginnings of China's Space Program
Plus, the PLAN's birthday, China in the Middle East, and the truth about Hong Kong's election plan. Friday China links.
The Humble Beginnings of China's Space Program
Red Tide: China in the Caribbean
April 24, 2015
Red Tide: China in the Caribbean
China's interactions in the Caribbean could be a net gain if it can learn to work alongside locals.
Red Tide: China in the Caribbean
China's Coming Nuclear Power Boom
April 24, 2015
China's Coming Nuclear Power Boom
Ramping up growth in the nuclear industry will be crucial to achieving China's emissions goals.
China's Coming Nuclear Power Boom
Hong Kong's Election Reform Plan Sparks Debate, Protests
April 23, 2015
Hong Kong's Election Reform Plan Sparks Debate, Protests
Hong Kong's government unveiled their proposal for electoral reform and democracy activists aren't happy.
Hong Kong's Election Reform Plan Sparks Debate, Protests
China, Japan Spar Over Future of Asia-Africa Cooperation
April 23, 2015
China, Japan Spar Over Future of Asia-Africa Cooperation
While commemorating the 1955 Bandung Conference, China and Japan lay out competing visions for Asia and Africa.
China, Japan Spar Over Future of Asia-Africa Cooperation
China’s Maritime Silk Road Gamble
April 22, 2015
China’s Maritime Silk Road Gamble
The MSR is designed to pacify neighboring countries threatened by China’s territorial claims, but will it work?
China’s Maritime Silk Road Gamble
The World Doesn't Think Much of China’s Leaders (Literally)
April 22, 2015
The World Doesn't Think Much of China’s Leaders (Literally)
China's leaders are most popular in Africa, but face high disapproval ratings in the West and parts of Asia.
The World Doesn't Think Much of China’s Leaders (Literally)
China and the Question of 'Double Standards'
April 22, 2015
China and the Question of 'Double Standards'
The root cause of applying "double standards" to China lies with China itself.
China and the Question of 'Double Standards'
Revealed: How the Yemen Crisis Wrecked Xi Jinping's Middle East Travel Plans
April 22, 2015
Revealed: How the Yemen Crisis Wrecked Xi Jinping's Middle East Travel Plans
Xi's planned trip to Saudi Arabia was scrapped, and even his visit to Pakistan faced complications.
Revealed: How the Yemen Crisis Wrecked Xi Jinping's Middle East Travel Plans
Can China's Investments Bring Peace to Pakistan?
April 21, 2015
Can China's Investments Bring Peace to Pakistan?
China pledges $28 billion to projects in Pakistan, not in spite of but because of security concerns.
Can China's Investments Bring Peace to Pakistan?
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