After Taiwan Protests, Chinese Leaders Stress Continued Cross-Strait Ties
April 12, 2014
After Taiwan Protests, Chinese Leaders Stress Continued Cross-Strait Ties
Beijing wants to carry on as normal with cross-strait relations. Will that be possible after the Sunflower Movement?
After Taiwan Protests, Chinese Leaders Stress Continued Cross-Strait Ties
The Boao Forum and China’s Play for Regional Leadership
April 10, 2014
The Boao Forum and China’s Play for Regional Leadership
The Boao Forum for Asia showcases China's dream of regional leadership on both economic and security issues.
The Boao Forum and China’s Play for Regional Leadership
China, Australia Seek to Close Free Trade Deal
April 10, 2014
China, Australia Seek to Close Free Trade Deal
Both Tony Abbott and Li Keqiang are pushing for a quick conclusion after nine years of FTA negotiations.
China, Australia Seek to Close Free Trade Deal
China Wants 'Justice' for Families of Flight 370
March 14, 2014
China Wants 'Justice' for Families of Flight 370
Plus, the NPC wraps up in Beijing, arrests over a Hong Kong stabbing, and why China loves "House of Cards." Friday links.
China Wants 'Justice' for Families of Flight 370
Xinjiang Party Secretary Talks Terrorism After Kunming Attack
March 08, 2014
Xinjiang Party Secretary Talks Terrorism After Kunming Attack
Plus a round-up of other NPC speeches and remarks. Friday China links.
Xinjiang Party Secretary Talks Terrorism After Kunming Attack
Li Keqiang's Work Report: Old Problems, New Solutions?
March 06, 2014
Li Keqiang's Work Report: Old Problems, New Solutions?
Li Keqiang's work report to the NPC highlighted reform efforts on issues that also plagued the previous government.
Li Keqiang's Work Report: Old Problems, New Solutions?
Is Xi Jinping a Reformer?
March 05, 2014
Is Xi Jinping a Reformer?
As China opens its annual parliament session our correspondent considers the reform credentials of its leader.
Is Xi Jinping a Reformer?
Does China’s New State Secret Regulation Mean Anything?
February 04, 2014
Does China’s New State Secret Regulation Mean Anything?
China's new rules regarding state secrets are meant to boost government transparency. But will they?
Does China’s New State Secret Regulation Mean Anything?
China’s 'War Against Poverty'
January 29, 2014
China’s 'War Against Poverty'
Li Keqiang has vowed to fight a "war against poverty," highlighting the existing imbalances in China's economic growth.
China’s 'War Against Poverty'
How Xi Can Solve The Tibet Problem
January 11, 2014
How Xi Can Solve The Tibet Problem
Xi Jinping could help quiet unrest in Tibet simply by making sure existing policies are enacted more efficiently.
How Xi Can Solve The Tibet Problem
China Tackles Statistics Reform
January 09, 2014
China Tackles Statistics Reform
The chief statistician announces plans to tackle the country’s notoriously dodgy figures.
China Tackles Statistics Reform
Is Li Keqiang Being Marginalized?
January 07, 2014
Is Li Keqiang Being Marginalized?
Xi's consolidation of power is coming at the expense of China's premier.
Is Li Keqiang Being Marginalized?
China's New Urbanization Plan
December 17, 2013
China's New Urbanization Plan
A major conference on urbanization in China prioritizes hukou reform over construction and relocation projects.
China's New Urbanization Plan
Jang Song-Thaek, Zhou Yongkang Lose Power Struggles
December 14, 2013
Jang Song-Thaek, Zhou Yongkang Lose Power Struggles
Plus, Chinese leaders praised in Western media, U.S.-China perceptions, and China’s smog problem. Friday China links
Jang Song-Thaek, Zhou Yongkang Lose Power Struggles
China’s SCO Challenges
December 05, 2013
China’s SCO Challenges
Despite a strong speech from Li Keqiang, practical cooperation within the organization remains elusive.
China’s SCO Challenges
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