Why China Both Loves and Fears the Rule of Law
June 25, 2016
Why China Both Loves and Fears the Rule of Law
Beijing recognizes the importance of a reliable legal system, but fears the challenge lawyers could pose to the CCP.
Why China Both Loves and Fears the Rule of Law
What China Thinks About Brexit
June 25, 2016
What China Thinks About Brexit
Why China tried to quietly warn Britain away from leaving the EU.
What China Thinks About Brexit
China Airlines Crew Begin Strike in Taipei
June 24, 2016
China Airlines Crew Begin Strike in Taipei
The first airline strike in Taiwanese history is underway.
China Airlines Crew Begin Strike in Taipei
China's Xi Brings 'Belt and Road' to Serbia, Poland
June 24, 2016
China's Xi Brings 'Belt and Road' to Serbia, Poland
The Chinese president's trip, complete with business deals, echoed similar visits to other European states.
China's Xi Brings 'Belt and Road' to Serbia, Poland
Yulin Dog Meat Festival Begins In Spite of Global Condemnation
June 23, 2016
Yulin Dog Meat Festival Begins In Spite of Global Condemnation
The annual dog meat festival face growing opposition at home and abroad.
Yulin Dog Meat Festival Begins In Spite of Global Condemnation
Chinese Fishermen: The New Global Pirates?
June 21, 2016
Chinese Fishermen: The New Global Pirates?
It's not just the South China Sea -- Chinese fishing vessels have been accused of illegal activities all over the world.
Chinese Fishermen: The New Global Pirates?
Chinese Democracy: Is This How the 'Wukan Moment' Finally Ends?
June 21, 2016
Chinese Democracy: Is This How the 'Wukan Moment' Finally Ends?
Wukan, famous for a 2011 uprising, rises up to reclaim its elected local party official. How will this end?
Chinese Democracy: Is This How the 'Wukan Moment' Finally Ends?
Missing Hong Kong Booksellers Case Unravels
June 20, 2016
Missing Hong Kong Booksellers Case Unravels
A startling tell-all press conference by one of the disappeared booksellers sparks protests in Hong Kong.
Missing Hong Kong Booksellers Case Unravels
With 5 Ships and 1,200 Personnel, China Expands RIMPAC 2016 Naval Delegation
June 18, 2016
With 5 Ships and 1,200 Personnel, China Expands RIMPAC 2016 Naval Delegation
China is modestly expanding the size of its naval delegation to the world's largest maritime exercise.
With 5 Ships and 1,200 Personnel, China Expands RIMPAC 2016 Naval Delegation
Singapore-Kunming Rail Link: A 'Belt and Road' Case Study
June 17, 2016
Singapore-Kunming Rail Link: A 'Belt and Road' Case Study
The Yunnan to Singapore rail link should be a showcase for the Chinese strategy, but it too faces hurdles.
Singapore-Kunming Rail Link: A 'Belt and Road' Case Study
China-US Relations in Cyberspace: A Half-Year Assessment
June 16, 2016
China-US Relations in Cyberspace: A Half-Year Assessment
While some progress has been made, China-U.S. relations in cyberspace remain fragile and cooperation tenuous.
China-US Relations in Cyberspace: A Half-Year Assessment
Taiwan's Former President Ma Has Overseas Travel Plans Scuttled
June 16, 2016
Taiwan's Former President Ma Has Overseas Travel Plans Scuttled
Former Taiwanese presidents are unable to travel freely outside of the country within 3 years of leaving office.
Taiwan's Former President Ma Has Overseas Travel Plans Scuttled
Wang Yi’s ‘Temper Tantrum’ in Canada
June 16, 2016
Wang Yi’s ‘Temper Tantrum’ in Canada
How to make life difficult for your bilateral partners
Wang Yi’s ‘Temper Tantrum’ in Canada
Merkel's Visit to China: A Balancing Act
June 15, 2016
Merkel's Visit to China: A Balancing Act
The German chancellor's ninth visit to China may have been the most difficult yet.
Merkel's Visit to China: A Balancing Act
US Cabinet Officials Pull Out of China Cyber Talks After Orlando Shooting
June 15, 2016
US Cabinet Officials Pull Out of China Cyber Talks After Orlando Shooting
As U.S. representatives attended to the domestic crisis; meetings in Beijing moved to the sub-ministerial level.
US Cabinet Officials Pull Out of China Cyber Talks After Orlando Shooting
Racism With Chinese Characteristics: The Laundry Detergent Ad and Han Privilege
June 15, 2016
Racism With Chinese Characteristics: The Laundry Detergent Ad and Han Privilege
Is Chinese society uniquely racist or are the issues it faces more universal?
Racism With Chinese Characteristics: The Laundry Detergent Ad and Han Privilege
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