Indonesia Joins China-Backed Bank
November 29, 2014
Indonesia Joins China-Backed Bank
Plus, the Xiangshan Forum and China's struggle to ban tobacco use. Friday China links.
Indonesia Joins China-Backed Bank
Does China Need to Abandon North Korea?
November 28, 2014
Does China Need to Abandon North Korea?
China may not need to “abandon” North Korea, just as China never truly “had” North Korea.
Does China Need to Abandon North Korea?
China's Domestic Violence Breakthrough
November 27, 2014
China's Domestic Violence Breakthrough
China has drafted its first-ever law on domestic violence.
China's Domestic Violence Breakthrough
What Occupy Central Reveals About China
November 27, 2014
What Occupy Central Reveals About China
"How we treat people with different opinions in ordinary times will eventually, at a certain time, come back to us."
What Occupy Central Reveals About China
China Makes Inroads Into India's Backyard
November 27, 2014
China Makes Inroads Into India's Backyard
At the SAARC summit in Nepal, China seeks deeper relationship with South Asian countries.
China Makes Inroads Into India's Backyard
Chinese Media: 115 Terror Cells Eliminated in Xinjiang
November 26, 2014
Chinese Media: 115 Terror Cells Eliminated in Xinjiang
Chinese media laud the successes of the anti-terrorism crackdown that began in May.
Chinese Media: 115 Terror Cells Eliminated in Xinjiang
Is China Rethinking the Death Penalty?
November 26, 2014
Is China Rethinking the Death Penalty?
Proposed reforms could continue the trend of decreasing executions in China.
Is China Rethinking the Death Penalty?
Chinese Nationalism: The CCP's 'Double-Edged Sword'
November 25, 2014
Chinese Nationalism: The CCP's 'Double-Edged Sword'
Jessica Chen Weiss, author of the book Powerful Patriots, on nationalist protests and China's foreign policy.
Chinese Nationalism: The CCP's 'Double-Edged Sword'
Can China Put a Cap on Coal?
November 25, 2014
Can China Put a Cap on Coal?
Putting a cap on China's coal use will be difficult, but not impossible, experts argue.
Can China Put a Cap on Coal?
How China Complicates the Iranian Nuclear Talks
November 25, 2014
How China Complicates the Iranian Nuclear Talks
Chinese engagement with Tehran strengthens Iran's bargaining position at its talks with the P5+1.
How China Complicates the Iranian Nuclear Talks
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
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
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
In New Plan, China Eyes 2020 Energy Cap
November 20, 2014
In New Plan, China Eyes 2020 Energy Cap
In the new 2014-2020 energy plan, China eyes both clean energy and energy self-sufficiency.
In New Plan, China Eyes 2020 Energy Cap
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