Can Kazakhstan Learn to Fight Corruption from China?
September 02, 2015
Can Kazakhstan Learn to Fight Corruption from China?
Astana has big economic dreams and hopes to follow China's example in combating corruption.
Can Kazakhstan Learn to Fight Corruption from China?
Chinese Cyber Espionage: Avoid the 'Cheater Nation' Label
September 01, 2015
Chinese Cyber Espionage: Avoid the 'Cheater Nation' Label
Politically-charged accusation circulating in the U.S. that China is a “cheater nation” may be counter-productive.
Chinese Cyber Espionage: Avoid the 'Cheater Nation' Label
Why It Matters That the US May Sanction Chinese Entities Over Cyber Espionage
September 01, 2015
Why It Matters That the US May Sanction Chinese Entities Over Cyber Espionage
Cyber's always been a touchy subject for U.S.-China ties. This time, Washington will rock the boat.
Why It Matters That the US May Sanction Chinese Entities Over Cyber Espionage
3 Reasons You Shouldn't Worry About China's Economic Slowdown Just Yet
September 01, 2015
3 Reasons You Shouldn't Worry About China's Economic Slowdown Just Yet
Not so much, though serious challenges await China in coming years.
3 Reasons You Shouldn't Worry About China's Economic Slowdown Just Yet
US Is (Almost) Ready to Impose Economic Sanctions on China Over Cyberespionage
September 01, 2015
US Is (Almost) Ready to Impose Economic Sanctions on China Over Cyberespionage
Economic sanctions against Chinese companies and individuals could be imposed within the next two weeks.
US Is (Almost) Ready to Impose Economic Sanctions on China Over Cyberespionage
Did the United States Ever Really Have a China Strategy?
August 31, 2015
Did the United States Ever Really Have a China Strategy?
Instead of engaging China, the United States could (with great cost) have isolated it.
Did the United States Ever Really Have a China Strategy?
A Small Chinese Experiment With Large Environmental Implications
August 28, 2015
A Small Chinese Experiment With Large Environmental Implications
Behind the headlines, local efforts are trying to find workable solutions to China's environmental woes.
A Small Chinese Experiment With Large Environmental Implications
China's Koreans, Part II: Lost to History
August 25, 2015
China's Koreans, Part II: Lost to History
Korean Chinese don't fit easily into traditional or CCP narratives of history.
China's Koreans, Part II: Lost to History
China Tests New Missile Capable of Hitting Entire United States
August 19, 2015
China Tests New Missile Capable of Hitting Entire United States
Beijing's ICBM arsenal appears to be rapidly expanding.
China Tests New Missile Capable of Hitting Entire United States
Enough Is Enough: Pakistan Needs to Change Its Approach to Afghanistan
August 18, 2015
Enough Is Enough: Pakistan Needs to Change Its Approach to Afghanistan
Pakistan's years of harboring and encouraging terrorism toward Afghanistan must come to an end.
Enough Is Enough: Pakistan Needs to Change Its Approach to Afghanistan
After Tianjin Blast, China Takes a Close Look at Safety Regulations
August 15, 2015
After Tianjin Blast, China Takes a Close Look at Safety Regulations
Chinese media are questioning how Ruihai Company was able to get around safety regulations for storing dangerous goods.
After Tianjin Blast, China Takes a Close Look at Safety Regulations
China and Kyrgyzstan: So Near, Yet So Far
August 11, 2015
China and Kyrgyzstan: So Near, Yet So Far
The Sino-Kyrgyz border is, on paper, an important crossing but its development has been slow.
China and Kyrgyzstan: So Near, Yet So Far
The Secretive CCP Meeting That Decides China's Fate (If It Exists, That Is)
August 06, 2015
The Secretive CCP Meeting That Decides China's Fate (If It Exists, That Is)
A possible Beidaihe meeting remains a topic of intense speculation, with little certainty.
The Secretive CCP Meeting That Decides China's Fate (If It Exists, That Is)
US Public Opinion on China: A New Low?
August 06, 2015
US Public Opinion on China: A New Low?
Are increased tensions between the two countries the 'new normal'?
US Public Opinion on China: A New Low?
Southeast Asian Countries Warm to US-Proposed Freeze on South China Sea Land Reclamation
August 05, 2015
Southeast Asian Countries Warm to US-Proposed Freeze on South China Sea Land Reclamation
A proposal first aired in 2014 is gaining new traction as tensions rise in the South China Sea.
Southeast Asian Countries Warm to US-Proposed Freeze on South China Sea Land Reclamation
Will Iran Order 150 New Fighter Jets From China?
August 04, 2015
Will Iran Order 150 New Fighter Jets From China?
Is Tehran going on a military shopping spree in Asia?
Will Iran Order 150 New Fighter Jets From China?
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