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Google Bites Back
March 23, 2010
Google Bites Back
China’s government plays the victim card as Google seeks to trump censorship rules.
Google Bites Back
Wanted: Sister
March 19, 2010
Wanted: Sister
A surprising social experiment suggests letting people have two kids keeps the population lower.
Wanted: Sister
March 18, 2010
Welcome The Dragon?
It’s hard not to be sceptical about China’s role in Africa. Especially when Zanu-PF is so happy about it.
Welcome The Dragon?
Messenger Shoots Self
March 17, 2010
Messenger Shoots Self
Chinese officials are confronted with their latest Falun Gong test. And fail again.
Messenger Shoots Self
March 16, 2010
Paper Tiger
Revaluation is no magic bullet for China’s economic imbalances, Guy de Jonquières says.
Paper Tiger
March 15, 2010
Fighting Talk
Are Sino-US tensions reminiscent of pre-World War I days? Some people think so.
Fighting Talk
March 13, 2010
Crying Wolf
The government really needs the new tighter rules on NGO funding from overseas. Really. Really?
Crying Wolf
March 11, 2010
Blowing Bubbles
The latest batch of economic figures may make for some uncomfortable reading.
Blowing Bubbles
March 10, 2010
Media Handling 101
Some Chinese officials might want to rethink their domestic media handling skills.
Media Handling 101
March 09, 2010
Bo Xilai-Rock Star
The National People’s Congress gets a little star power in the form of a regional party boss.
Bo Xilai-Rock Star
The Big Meet
March 08, 2010
The Big Meet
The National People’s Congress has started. So what’s been going on so far?
The Big Meet
March 05, 2010
It’s the Economy, Stupid!
Political or economic? The latter is a more likely reason for a defence spending slowdown.
It’s the Economy, Stupid!
March 05, 2010
It’s the Economy, Stupid!
Political or economic? The latter is a more likely reason for a defence spending slowdown.
It’s the Economy, Stupid!
March 04, 2010
Budget Surprise
The government announces a surprisingly small hike in defence spending for the coming year.
Budget Surprise
March 03, 2010
Media Finds Voice
Editorial about a discriminatory govt policy shows China’s media has some spunk.
Media Finds Voice
March 02, 2010
Who Speaks for China?
There’s a noticeable difference between PLA officers’ rhetoric and the govt’s.
Who Speaks for China?
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