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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'
Leaked Documents Tie Chinese Elites to Massive Offshore Holdings
January 22, 2014
Leaked Documents Tie Chinese Elites to Massive Offshore Holdings
Thousands of leaked documents show 22,000 tax haven clients from China, including its leaders and princelings.
Leaked Documents Tie Chinese Elites to Massive Offshore Holdings
On Sino-Indian Border, Status-Quo Unacceptable
November 06, 2013
On Sino-Indian Border, Status-Quo Unacceptable
The recent Border Defense and Cooperation Agreement is less a breakthrough than a missed opportunity.
On Sino-Indian Border, Status-Quo Unacceptable
Singh in China: High on Atmospherics, Low on Substance
October 28, 2013
Singh in China: High on Atmospherics, Low on Substance
Real progress may have been elusive during Indian PM Singh’s recent visit to China, but he was shown a good time.
Singh in China: High on Atmospherics, Low on Substance
How China’s Economic Rebalancing is like the Movie 'Speed'
September 04, 2013
How China’s Economic Rebalancing is like the Movie 'Speed'
Like the bus in Speed, China’s economy must continue cruising along or else risk imploding.
How China’s Economic Rebalancing is like the Movie 'Speed'
Wen Jiabao Exits the Stage
March 07, 2013
Wen Jiabao Exits the Stage
How will history judge Premier Wen Jiabao and his time in office?
Wen Jiabao Exits the Stage
A Delicate Dance: China and India's Border Issue
November 20, 2012
A Delicate Dance: China and India's Border Issue
At what was likely their last meeting, PM Singh and China’s Wen Jiabao met on the sidelines of the EAS.
A Delicate Dance: China and India's Border Issue
What Hu Jintao Leaves Behind
November 10, 2012
What Hu Jintao Leaves Behind
With President Hu set to step down, Elizabeth Economy reviews the dangers and opportunities he leaves for Xi Jinping.
What Hu Jintao Leaves Behind
Wen Jiabao’s Riches and Political Reform in China
October 30, 2012
Wen Jiabao’s Riches and Political Reform in China
A recent bombshell in the New York Times could potentially influence the Chinese political landscape.
Wen Jiabao’s Riches and Political Reform in China
The Perils of Predicting Chinese Politics
September 05, 2012
The Perils of Predicting Chinese Politics
Speculation is mounting over the next generation of China’s leadership. Expect the unexpected.
The Perils of Predicting Chinese Politics
April 11, 2012
Wen Jiabao’s Reform Moment?
If Wen Jiabao wants to be remembered as a reformer he needs one big policy success. Can he grab it?
Wen Jiabao’s Reform Moment?
April 11, 2012
Wen Jiabao’s Reform Moment?
If Wen Jiabao wants to be remembered as a reformer he needs one big policy success. Can he grab it?
Wen Jiabao’s Reform Moment?
China’s Economy After the Crisis
April 06, 2012
China’s Economy After the Crisis
That China’s economy is unbalanced is widely recognized. So why aren’t its policy makers doing more to fix it?
China’s Economy After the Crisis
China’s Iran Influence Limited
March 28, 2012
China’s Iran Influence Limited
China may not have as much influence over Iran as assumed. There are signs Beijing is keeping its distance.
China’s Iran Influence Limited
China’s Iran Influence Limited
March 28, 2012
China’s Iran Influence Limited
China may not have as much influence over Iran as assumed. There are signs Beijing is keeping its distance.
China’s Iran Influence Limited
Is Cross-Strait Honeymoon Over?
March 27, 2012
Is Cross-Strait Honeymoon Over?
The leaderships in Taiwan and mainland China must be careful about raising expectations for engagement.
Is Cross-Strait Honeymoon Over?
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