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Coffeehouse Education
June 21, 2010
Coffeehouse Education
Getting Chinese students to open a coffeehouse highlights cultural barriers to co-operation.
Coffeehouse Education
Why is China Bad at Football?
June 18, 2010
Why is China Bad at Football?
Why is China so bad at football? And why couldn’t it even reach this year’s World Cup finals?
Why is China Bad at Football?
India Wary of Sino-Pak Ties
June 17, 2010
India Wary of Sino-Pak Ties
China and Pakistan pledge closer defence ties. India won’t like that – or their nuclear deal.
India Wary of Sino-Pak Ties
June 16, 2010
The Importance of Space
Chinese architecture can be lifeless. So it’s no surprise it has an effect on education.
The Importance of Space
Eyeing Afghan Resources
June 15, 2010
Eyeing Afghan Resources
The discovery of massive mineral deposits in Afghanistan is likely to interest China.
Eyeing Afghan Resources
Blessed China?
June 14, 2010
Blessed China?
The violence in Kyrgyzstan is a reminder of how problematic China’s location really is.
Blessed China?
Why Teach in China?
June 11, 2010
Why Teach in China?
Do Chinese students wanting to study at US universities know what they’re getting into?
Why Teach in China?
Free Internet, China Style
June 10, 2010
Free Internet, China Style
The Chinese government says in a white paper its citizens enjoy full internet freedom. Really.
Free Internet, China Style
Wage Demands
June 09, 2010
Wage Demands
Do recent labour disputes in southern China herald a significant round of pay rises?
Wage Demands
China-Vietnam:Rough Waters
June 07, 2010
China-Vietnam:Rough Waters
Handling ties with China is complicated for Vietnam, especially in the South China Sea.
China-Vietnam:Rough Waters
June 06, 2010
No Logic on Taiwan
The Shangri-la Dialogue was a reminder of US inconsistency on Taiwan’s status.
No Logic on Taiwan
Russia Takes the Podium
June 06, 2010
Russia Takes the Podium
Russian Deputy PM Sergei Ivanov talks counter-insurgency at the Shangri-la Dialogue.
Russia Takes the Podium
PLA Not Walking the Walk
June 05, 2010
PLA Not Walking the Walk
A Chinese general fails to reassure about China’s commitment to security co-operation.
PLA Not Walking the Walk
The State of Sino-US Ties
June 05, 2010
The State of Sino-US Ties
Robert Gates holds China squarely responsible for lack of progress on military ties.
The State of Sino-US Ties
Lee Talks (a Bit) Tougher
June 04, 2010
Lee Talks (a Bit) Tougher
Seoul will take military action if provoked by North Korea again, a govt advisor says.
Lee Talks (a Bit) Tougher
Lee Talks Tough
June 04, 2010
Lee Talks Tough
Lee Myung-bak strikes a tough note at the Shangri-la Dialogue over the Cheonan sinking.
Lee Talks Tough
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