Is Xi Losing Control of China's ‘Peripheries’?
September 30, 2014
Is Xi Losing Control of China's ‘Peripheries’?
Hong Kong, Xinjiang, Taiwan -- they're all connected and Xi's losing control.
Is Xi Losing Control of China's ‘Peripheries’?
The Chinese Communist Party's Confucian Revival
September 30, 2014
The Chinese Communist Party's Confucian Revival
Xi Jinping's emphasis on Confucius has a modern-day political purpose.
The Chinese Communist Party's Confucian Revival
China's Hopeless Quest for 'Friends' and 'Enemies'
September 29, 2014
China's Hopeless Quest for 'Friends' and 'Enemies'
China can no longer easily classify people and political movements as "friends" or "enemies."
China's Hopeless Quest for 'Friends' and 'Enemies'
A Return to Tibet for the Dalai Lama?
September 29, 2014
A Return to Tibet for the Dalai Lama?
Rumors are once again circulating of a possible return for Tibet’s spiritual leader.
A Return to Tibet for the Dalai Lama?
Tear Gas, Arrests Mark Beginning of Hong Kong's Occupy Central Protests
September 29, 2014
Tear Gas, Arrests Mark Beginning of Hong Kong's Occupy Central Protests
The Diplomat's Tyler Roney reports from the ground in Hong Kong.
Tear Gas, Arrests Mark Beginning of Hong Kong's Occupy Central Protests
A Russian Perspective on China’s Arctic Role
September 27, 2014
A Russian Perspective on China’s Arctic Role
Russia’s need for new partners is opening the door for China in the Arctic.
A Russian Perspective on China’s Arctic Role
China's Choice: India or Pakistan?
September 27, 2014
China's Choice: India or Pakistan?
Which South Asian country is more important for China's future?
China's Choice: India or Pakistan?
50 Dead in Latest Xinjiang Violence
September 27, 2014
50 Dead in Latest Xinjiang Violence
Plus, what China learned from Russia, the militarization of the CCP, and the Sino-Indian border standoff. China links.
50 Dead in Latest Xinjiang Violence
Ilham Tohti and Islamic State: How China Defines Terrorism
September 26, 2014
Ilham Tohti and Islamic State: How China Defines Terrorism
China's conflation of peaceful dissent and terrorism limits possibilities for anti-terror cooperation with the U.S.
Ilham Tohti and Islamic State: How China Defines Terrorism
China Triples Peacekeeping Presence in South Sudan
September 26, 2014
China Triples Peacekeeping Presence in South Sudan
China will send a battalion of 700 troops to join the U.N. peacekeeping mission in South Sudan.
China Triples Peacekeeping Presence in South Sudan
China's Real Corruption Challenge: Swatting Thousands of 'Flies'
September 26, 2014
China's Real Corruption Challenge: Swatting Thousands of 'Flies'
Taking down powerful tigers is the easy part.
China's Real Corruption Challenge: Swatting Thousands of 'Flies'
Nobel Laureates Decry Dalai Lama Visa Denial
September 25, 2014
Nobel Laureates Decry Dalai Lama Visa Denial
4 Nobel Laureates will boycott an upcoming summit in Cape Town to protest the exclusion of the Dalai Lama.
Nobel Laureates Decry Dalai Lama Visa Denial
The Latest Sign of a China-Japan Thaw
September 25, 2014
The Latest Sign of a China-Japan Thaw
After a break of over 2 years, China and Japan restart maritime consultations, including talks on East China Sea issues.
The Latest Sign of a China-Japan Thaw
A Scottish Stone Tossed Into the Taiwan Strait
September 24, 2014
A Scottish Stone Tossed Into the Taiwan Strait
A Ma-Xi summit at the upcoming APEC Summit could help soothe cross-strait tensions.
A Scottish Stone Tossed Into the Taiwan Strait
Taiwan: Leaks and Local Elections
September 24, 2014
Taiwan: Leaks and Local Elections
An investigation into a former high-level KMT official is bad news for Taiwan’s ruling party.
Taiwan: Leaks and Local Elections
Prominent Uyghur Scholar Sentenced to Life in Prison
September 24, 2014
Prominent Uyghur Scholar Sentenced to Life in Prison
Ilham Tohti, a prominent Uyghur activist and scholar, was sentenced to life in prison.
Prominent Uyghur Scholar Sentenced to Life in Prison
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