Afghan President to Visit China on First Trip Abroad
October 23, 2014
Afghan President to Visit China on First Trip Abroad
President Ashraf Ghani will visit China from October 28 - 31 on his first formal trip abroad.
Afghan President to Visit China on First Trip Abroad
Could China's 'Rule of Law' Lead to Constitutionalism?
October 23, 2014
Could China's 'Rule of Law' Lead to Constitutionalism?
Official proclamations about the Fourth Plenum include intriguing references to limiting political power.
Could China's 'Rule of Law' Lead to Constitutionalism?
Think 228, Not Tiananmen: How Identity Drives the Hong Kong Protests
October 22, 2014
Think 228, Not Tiananmen: How Identity Drives the Hong Kong Protests
Like the 228 incident in Taiwan, the Hong Kong protests could be a watershed moment in identity formation.
Think 228, Not Tiananmen: How Identity Drives the Hong Kong Protests
‘Fox Hunt 2014’: China’s Overseas Campaign Against Corrupt Officials
October 22, 2014
‘Fox Hunt 2014’: China’s Overseas Campaign Against Corrupt Officials
China has found it very difficult to repatriate corrupt officials who have fled abroad.
‘Fox Hunt 2014’: China’s Overseas Campaign Against Corrupt Officials
Hong Kong Officials to Students: There’s Always 2022
October 21, 2014
Hong Kong Officials to Students: There’s Always 2022
Parsing the first public talks between Hong Kong officials and protestors.
Hong Kong Officials to Students: There’s Always 2022
Why There Won't be an Occupy Beijing
October 21, 2014
Why There Won't be an Occupy Beijing
Hong Kong's protests are similar to movements in China in the 1980s, but mainland students won't be protesting anytime soon.
Why There Won't be an Occupy Beijing
Hong Kong's Leader: Universal Suffrage Threatens Business Interests
October 21, 2014
Hong Kong's Leader: Universal Suffrage Threatens Business Interests
Chief Executive CY Leung said that universal suffrage could turn Hong Kong into a welfare state.
Hong Kong's Leader: Universal Suffrage Threatens Business Interests
US, China Talk Ebola, Islamic State, and South China Sea
October 21, 2014
US, China Talk Ebola, Islamic State, and South China Sea
The U.S. and China make some progress on global issues, but remain largely entrenched on bilateral problems.
US, China Talk Ebola, Islamic State, and South China Sea
Occupy Central: Holding Hong Kong’s 'Silent Majority' Hostage
October 18, 2014
Occupy Central: Holding Hong Kong’s 'Silent Majority' Hostage
The majority of Hongkongers are against the protests, which pose a serious threat to the rule of law and social stability.
Occupy Central: Holding Hong Kong’s 'Silent Majority' Hostage
Chinese Premier, Japan’s Prime Minister Meet for First Time
October 18, 2014
Chinese Premier, Japan’s Prime Minister Meet for First Time
A meeting between Li Keqiang and Shinzo Abe gives hope for a Xi-Abe summit. Will the Yasukuni Shrine issue be a roadblock?
Chinese Premier, Japan’s Prime Minister Meet for First Time
Clash Over Forced Eviction Leaves 8 Dead in Yunnan, China
October 17, 2014
Clash Over Forced Eviction Leaves 8 Dead in Yunnan, China
Plus, Taiwan's moves in the South China Sea and an update on the Hong Kong protests. This week's China links.
Clash Over Forced Eviction Leaves 8 Dead in Yunnan, China
'Moral Art,' Mao Zedong, and the CCP's Quest for Soft Power
October 17, 2014
'Moral Art,' Mao Zedong, and the CCP's Quest for Soft Power
Xi's Maoist vision for control over Chinese art is at odds with China's quest to expand its cultural influence abroad.
'Moral Art,' Mao Zedong, and the CCP's Quest for Soft Power
How a Hong Kong Newspaper Became an Occupy Movement Flashpoint
October 17, 2014
How a Hong Kong Newspaper Became an Occupy Movement Flashpoint
The protests outside Apple Daily headquarters provide a microcosm for the larger issues at play.
How a Hong Kong Newspaper Became an Occupy Movement Flashpoint
2 Lessons from the Deadly China-South Korea Fishery Clash
October 16, 2014
2 Lessons from the Deadly China-South Korea Fishery Clash
China and South Korea need to ensure future run-ins don't result in violence.
2 Lessons from the Deadly China-South Korea Fishery Clash
What China’s Increasing Appetite Means for the World
October 16, 2014
What China’s Increasing Appetite Means for the World
Feeding China represents both a tremendous challenge and a significant opportunity.
What China’s Increasing Appetite Means for the World
Has China Found the Cure for Ebola?
October 16, 2014
Has China Found the Cure for Ebola?
A Chinese pharmaceutical company is seeking to fast-track approval of an experimental cure for Ebola.
Has China Found the Cure for Ebola?
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