Tourists Behaving Badly: China's Image Problem
December 18, 2014
Tourists Behaving Badly: China's Image Problem
There is a disconnect between China's growing national power and the international image of the Chinese people.
Tourists Behaving Badly: China's Image Problem
President Ma’s Honeymoon With Beijing Is Over: Implications for Taiwan
December 18, 2014
President Ma’s Honeymoon With Beijing Is Over: Implications for Taiwan
Ma Ying-jeou's fall from grace may lead Beijing to focus its efforts on grooming allies at the grassroots level.
President Ma’s Honeymoon With Beijing Is Over: Implications for Taiwan
After Peshawar School Attack, China Pledges Deeper Anti-Terror Co-op With Pakistan
December 18, 2014
After Peshawar School Attack, China Pledges Deeper Anti-Terror Co-op With Pakistan
Now is the time for China and Pakistan to step up joints efforts to eliminate terrorist strongholds in the region.
After Peshawar School Attack, China Pledges Deeper Anti-Terror Co-op With Pakistan
Wary China Eyes 4 More Years of Abe in Japan
December 18, 2014
Wary China Eyes 4 More Years of Abe in Japan
With Abe now set to control Japan for the near future, China renews its warnings about his rightist tendencies.
Wary China Eyes 4 More Years of Abe in Japan
China at the Lima Climate Change Talks
December 17, 2014
China at the Lima Climate Change Talks
Despite a U.S.-China breakthrough, the Lima conference saw the same arguments over "differentiated responsibilities."
China at the Lima Climate Change Talks
Chinese Premier Links Central Asia, Europe With Silk Road Tour
December 17, 2014
Chinese Premier Links Central Asia, Europe With Silk Road Tour
Premier Li Keqiang's visits to Kazakhstan and Serbia are focused on promoting the Silk Road Economic Belt.
Chinese Premier Links Central Asia, Europe With Silk Road Tour
President Xi and China's Future Leaders
December 16, 2014
President Xi and China's Future Leaders
Unlike his predecessors, Xi hasn't signaled close personal support for any potential successors. Why?
President Xi and China's Future Leaders
The Worrying Trend of Diplomatic Balancing in Northeast Asia
December 15, 2014
The Worrying Trend of Diplomatic Balancing in Northeast Asia
Diplomatic balancing in Northeast Asia could inhibit the growth of a new, stable regional order.
The Worrying Trend of Diplomatic Balancing in Northeast Asia
China's Nanjing Massacre Publicity Push
December 13, 2014
China's Nanjing Massacre Publicity Push
China focused media attention on the Nanjing Massacre ahead of the first National Memorial Day on December 13.
China's Nanjing Massacre Publicity Push
The Latest Coup in China's Anti-Corruption Drive
December 12, 2014
The Latest Coup in China's Anti-Corruption Drive
Plus, a political prisoner freed, the U.S.-China climate change deal and South China Sea analysis. Friday China links.
The Latest Coup in China's Anti-Corruption Drive
China Sets Economic Reform Targets for 2015
December 12, 2014
China Sets Economic Reform Targets for 2015
The Central Economic Work Conference gave an overview of China's economic goals for 2015. Topping the agenda: reform.
China Sets Economic Reform Targets for 2015
Hong Kong's 'Occupy Central' Draws to a Close
December 12, 2014
Hong Kong's 'Occupy Central' Draws to a Close
Hong Kong police cleared out the central protest site at Admiralty, essentially ending two months of student protests.
Hong Kong's 'Occupy Central' Draws to a Close
South Africa and the Allure of Chinese Investment
December 11, 2014
South Africa and the Allure of Chinese Investment
Despite worries about his country’s dependence on Chinese largesse, Jacob Zuma signs some major deals on a recent visit.
South Africa and the Allure of Chinese Investment
Facebook’s China Push
December 11, 2014
Facebook’s China Push
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg seems intent on breaking into the China market, but at what cost?
Facebook’s China Push
What Does China Think of the CIA Torture Report?
December 11, 2014
What Does China Think of the CIA Torture Report?
Media responses included traditional accusations of U.S. "double standards," but showed more nuanced aspects as well.
What Does China Think of the CIA Torture Report?
Chiang Ching-kuo, China's Democratic Pioneer
December 10, 2014
Chiang Ching-kuo, China's Democratic Pioneer
Chiang Ching-kuo was a rare dictator who willingly initiated a peaceful transition to democracy.
Chiang Ching-kuo, China's Democratic Pioneer
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