As AIIB Deadline Closes, These Two Applicants Might Be Out of Luck
April 01, 2015
As AIIB Deadline Closes, These Two Applicants Might Be Out of Luck
The final flurry of states seeking to join AIIB as founding members included a few surprises.
As AIIB Deadline Closes, These Two Applicants Might Be Out of Luck
China IT Laws Top US Treasury Secretary's Agenda
April 01, 2015
China IT Laws Top US Treasury Secretary's Agenda
During a visit to Beijing, Secretary Jacob Lew continued to press China on new restrictions on foreign IT companies.
China IT Laws Top US Treasury Secretary's Agenda
4 Qualities Every Aspiring Chinese Bureaucrat Must Possess
March 31, 2015
4 Qualities Every Aspiring Chinese Bureaucrat Must Possess
It is imperative for China to train and promote new officials who are idealistic, brave, clean, and global-minded.
4 Qualities Every Aspiring Chinese Bureaucrat Must Possess
Why China Shouldn't Get Too Invested in Latin America
March 31, 2015
Why China Shouldn't Get Too Invested in Latin America
China is increasing engagement with Latin America, but the relationship's potential remains limited.
Why China Shouldn't Get Too Invested in Latin America
Chinese Nationals Evacuate Yemen on PLA Navy Frigate
March 30, 2015
Chinese Nationals Evacuate Yemen on PLA Navy Frigate
Amid increasing violence, China pulls over 500 citizens out of Yemen.
Chinese Nationals Evacuate Yemen on PLA Navy Frigate
Where Is China's Silk Road Actually Going?
March 30, 2015
Where Is China's Silk Road Actually Going?
At the Boao Forum, China provided the clearest overview yet of its ambitious Silk Road plans.
Where Is China's Silk Road Actually Going?
The End of CCP Rule and the Collapse of China
March 30, 2015
The End of CCP Rule and the Collapse of China
Is the CCP on the verge of collapse? Or is its 'dynasty' just getting started?
The End of CCP Rule and the Collapse of China
Arresting Corruption in China
March 30, 2015
Arresting Corruption in China
Why China's form of corruption is so unique -- and how to address the problem.
Arresting Corruption in China
China, Kazakhstan Sign $23 Billion in Deals
March 28, 2015
China, Kazakhstan Sign $23 Billion in Deals
China expands its economic ties with an important partner for its Silk Road Economic Belt project.
China, Kazakhstan Sign $23 Billion in Deals
Is China Secretly Building a Navy Base in Africa?
March 28, 2015
Is China Secretly Building a Navy Base in Africa?
Plus, more on China-Africa relations, China's anti-corruption tsar, and CCP factionalism. Friday China links.
Is China Secretly Building a Navy Base in Africa?
What the AIIB Means for the US-China Power Transition
March 27, 2015
What the AIIB Means for the US-China Power Transition
Is Washington determined to keep China isolated?
What the AIIB Means for the US-China Power Transition
Indonesia, China Seal 'Maritime Partnership'
March 27, 2015
Indonesia, China Seal 'Maritime Partnership'
During President Jokowi's vist to China, he and Xi Jinping pledged increased maritime cooperation.
Indonesia, China Seal 'Maritime Partnership'
No, China Isn't Abandoning North Korea
March 27, 2015
No, China Isn't Abandoning North Korea
The idea that Beijing will abandon North Korea remains wishful thinking.
No, China Isn't Abandoning North Korea
China’s Kinder, Gentler Military Parade
March 27, 2015
China’s Kinder, Gentler Military Parade
China wants its military parade to showcase its peaceful intentions, not its capabilities.
China’s Kinder, Gentler Military Parade
China's Xi To Make First Middle East Trip
March 26, 2015
China's Xi To Make First Middle East Trip
China's president will travel to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Indonesia this April.
China's Xi To Make First Middle East Trip
China's Tencent and Alibaba in Silicon Valley Arms Race
March 26, 2015
China's Tencent and Alibaba in Silicon Valley Arms Race
China’s biggest tech firms are making big bets in Silicon Valley. Will it work?
China's Tencent and Alibaba in Silicon Valley Arms Race
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