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January 12, 2010
China-EU Marriage on the Rocks, but Salvageable
The China-EU marriage has rarely been a happy one, says Chatham House Senior Fellow Kerry Brown. But it’s one that can still be saved.
China-EU Marriage on the Rocks, but Salvageable
An Interview with Evan Feigenbaum
December 24, 2009
An Interview with Evan Feigenbaum
The Diplomat speaks with Evan Feigenbaum, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and former US deputy assistant secretary of state for South Asia, about regional integration and the future of the US role in the Asia-Pacific.
An Interview with Evan Feigenbaum
December 24, 2009
Quenching China's Water Thirst
Too hazardous to touch in some places, China’s Yellow River has been choked by pollution and sediment. Joe Lamar reports on officials’ struggles to clean up the ‘Mother River’ and stem demand from the country’s ever thirstier provinces.
Quenching China's Water Thirst
Taking the Hope out of 'Hopenhagen'
December 21, 2009
Taking the Hope out of 'Hopenhagen'
Stephen Midas reports from the Copenhagen Climate Conference where delegates around the world are working to thrash out an agreement aimed at tackling global warming.
Taking the Hope out of 'Hopenhagen'
Shifting Gears, Running Out of Road
December 16, 2009
Shifting Gears, Running Out of Road
Stephen Midas reports from the Copenhagen Climate Conference where delegates around the world are working to thrash out an agreement aimed at tackling global warming.
Shifting Gears, Running Out of Road
Where are the Sherpas Taking Us?
December 11, 2009
Where are the Sherpas Taking Us?
Stephen Midas reports from the Copenhagen Climate Conference where delegates around the world are working to thrash out an agreement aimed at tackling global warming.
Where are the Sherpas Taking Us?
Biggest Show on Earth
December 09, 2009
Biggest Show on Earth
Stephen Midas reports from the Copenhagen Climate Conference where delegates around the world are working to thrash out an agreement aimed at tackling global warming.
Biggest Show on Earth
December 04, 2009
An Interview with Nina Hachigian
The Diplomat speaks with Nina Hachigian, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress and co-author of ‘The Next American Century: How the U.S. Can Thrive as Other Powers Rise,’ about US president Barack Obama’s recent trip to China, Sino-India tensions and whether China is destined for great power status.
An Interview with Nina Hachigian
November 27, 2009
Growing Pains
Dubbed the ‘Dreamhub’, Seoul’s massive international business district project is meant to be the jewel in the crown of the city’s redevelopment efforts. But as Ben Hancock reports, the plan’s grandeur belies a deep conflict over the future of the city and its residents.
Growing Pains
November 01, 2009
The Silent Treatment
In this country they assume you’re an enemy right off the bat,” the elderly Polish-American tourist said as our ancient Soviet airplane descended into the North Korean capital of Pyongyang on the regular Air Koryo flight from the northern Chinese city of Shenyang.
The Silent Treatment
October 27, 2009
An Interview with APEC Executive Director Michael Tay
The Diplomat spoke recently with APEC Executive Director Michael Tay about the key economic challenges facing the region, next month’s leaders’ summit, and claims that international summits are simply talking shops.
An Interview with APEC Executive Director Michael Tay
October 22, 2009
Is Japan's Future Sustainable?
By the second quarter of this century, Asia will be the centre of gravity of the world economy and China will be leading the world. But while the US used ‘democracy’ as its defining diplomatic principle in the 20th century, the big question is–what will China use?
Is Japan's Future Sustainable?
China Emerges Stronger, More Influential from Global Turmoil
September 16, 2009
China Emerges Stronger, More Influential from Global Turmoil
Dalian, China – As the world looks hopefully to signs of economic recovery after a year of global financial turmoil and recession, many are turning toward China with renewed confidence, both as a potential investor and a promising new marketplace.
China Emerges Stronger, More Influential from Global Turmoil
September 10, 2009
Why China Military Watchers Got It Wrong
The publication last month of a monograph which dramatically overturns longstanding assumptions about the defense of Taiwan should make sobering reading for US policymakers.
Why China Military Watchers Got It Wrong
August 13, 2009
On the Cyber Warpath
An intelligence specialist considers the implications of the recent attacks by Chinese hackers on the website of the Melbourne International Film Festival.
On the Cyber Warpath
July 26, 2009
The United States and Asia
The Diplomat spoke recently with Stephen Yates, senior fellow at the American Foreign Policy Council and former Deputy Assistant to the Vice President for National Security Affairs, and Christian Whiton, a former deputy special envoy to the Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs, about North Korea, China and US relations with Japan.
The United States and Asia
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