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How Beijing Turned Koreans Into Chinese
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How Beijing Turned Koreans Into Chinese
Beijing's success at fostering national unity has most ethnic Koreans in northeast China identifying as Chinese.
How Beijing Turned Koreans Into Chinese
The Quest to Revise Japan's Constitution
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The Quest to Revise Japan's Constitution
The Japan Conference is shaping public opinion using grassroots methods, in tandem with PM Shinzo Abe’s strategy.
The Quest to Revise Japan's Constitution
Is China Winning in the South China Sea?
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Is China Winning in the South China Sea?
What if the U.S. is playing right into China's hands with military maneuvering in the South China Sea?
Is China Winning in the South China Sea?
The Farming Palettes of Yunnan
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The Farming Palettes of Yunnan
The farming area of Dongchuan offers some stunning, multicolor vistas.
The Farming Palettes of Yunnan
North Korea: What Now?
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North Korea: What Now?
Nothing new came out of Pyongyang’s rare Party Congress. Can Kim Jong-un have his yellowcake and eat it too?
North Korea: What Now?
Iranian Energy and Japanese Technology
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Iranian Energy and Japanese Technology
The Panama Papers shed light on Iran’s plans for self-sufficiency and Japan’s role in tech development.
Iranian Energy and Japanese Technology
Taiwan's 'New Era' and the Legislative Yuan
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Taiwan's 'New Era' and the Legislative Yuan
For the first time, the DPP must transition from an opposition to a governing party in the legislature.
Taiwan's 'New Era' and the Legislative Yuan
China’s Halal Constitution
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China’s Halal Constitution
“Islamic” legislation stirs debate as the PRC engages the Muslim world.
China’s Halal Constitution
China’s Emerging Cyberspace Strategy
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China’s Emerging Cyberspace Strategy
A closer look at China's cyber strategy, and what it means for the world.
China’s Emerging Cyberspace Strategy
Why Does China Want to Control the South China Sea?
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Why Does China Want to Control the South China Sea?
China's possible motives for trying to secure control over the South China Sea.
Why Does China Want to Control the South China Sea?
Tsai Ing-wen’s Limited Options on Cross-Strait Relations
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Tsai Ing-wen’s Limited Options on Cross-Strait Relations
Domestic, economic, and geopolitical realities will hamper Tsai's ability to craft cross-strait policy.
Tsai Ing-wen’s Limited Options on Cross-Strait Relations
How China Remembers the Cultural Revolution
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How China Remembers the Cultural Revolution
50 years later, China still has yet to come to terms with Mao's Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution.
How China Remembers the Cultural Revolution
Christianity in Mongolia
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Christianity in Mongolia
A look at how a foreign faith is adapting to Mongolian culture.
Christianity in Mongolia
Signs and Symbols on the Sino-Russian Border
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Signs and Symbols on the Sino-Russian Border
A rare glimpse at the border between China and Russia, on a recently divided island.
Signs and Symbols on the Sino-Russian Border
President Trump: The View From China
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President Trump: The View From China
Trump's overall policies are a mixed bag for China, but his stance on U.S. leadership opens doors for Beijing.
President Trump: The View From China
China’s Cultural Revolution at 50
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China’s Cultural Revolution at 50
Conventional thinking on one of Communist China’s seminal events is often too simplistic.
China’s Cultural Revolution at 50
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