Menu
Account
Blogs  .
The State of Sino-US Ties
June 05, 2010
The State of Sino-US Ties
Robert Gates holds China squarely responsible for lack of progress on military ties.
The State of Sino-US Ties
Lee Talks (a Bit) Tougher
June 04, 2010
Lee Talks (a Bit) Tougher
Seoul will take military action if provoked by North Korea again, a govt advisor says.
Lee Talks (a Bit) Tougher
Lee Talks Tough
June 04, 2010
Lee Talks Tough
Lee Myung-bak strikes a tough note at the Shangri-la Dialogue over the Cheonan sinking.
Lee Talks Tough
Beijing Split?
June 04, 2010
Beijing Split?
Robert Gates accuses the PLA of impeding closer ties between Beijing and the Pentagon.
Beijing Split?
The Cave
June 03, 2010
The Cave
What do Keanu Reeves, Plato and a cave have to do with education reform in China?
The Cave
June 01, 2010
When Bad is Good in China
Shenzhen students may be difficult to deal with sometimes. But they’ll go a long way in life.
When Bad is Good in China
China Risking War?
May 31, 2010
China Risking War?
Could China’s refusal to hold Kim Jong-il to account over the Cheonan risk war with the US?
China Risking War?
Time for N. Korea Rebuke
May 30, 2010
Time for N. Korea Rebuke
Rebuking North Korea over the sinking of the Cheonan doesn’t have to lead to its collapse.
Time for N. Korea Rebuke
The State of Sino-India Ties
May 28, 2010
The State of Sino-India Ties
Indian President Pratibha Patil is in China. Things are looking up between the two nations.
The State of Sino-India Ties
Branding China
May 27, 2010
Branding China
Chinese firms appear to have a bit of a problem with brand recognition. The govt isn’t helping.
Branding China
May 26, 2010
Gathering Storm
Letting students think for themselves is good (but upsets teachers and parents).
Gathering Storm
What Next With DPRK?
May 25, 2010
What Next With DPRK?
N. Korea is the big focus so far of Hillary Clinton’s trip to China. So what will Beijing do next?
What Next With DPRK?
Shenzhen Spring
May 24, 2010
Shenzhen Spring
Wang Zheng and Shenzhen were an unlikely couple. But they proved to be a successful pairing.
Shenzhen Spring
Mental Health's Stigma
May 21, 2010
Mental Health's Stigma
The recent series of stabbings in China highlight shortcomings over mental health treatment.
Mental Health's Stigma
May 20, 2010
The Trouble With Teens
Chinese teenagers need the freedom to be able to make mistakes and learn from them.
The Trouble With Teens
False Consciousness
May 19, 2010
False Consciousness
Chinese suffer from ‘false consciousness’. Many don’t know how bad schools are now.
False Consciousness
Newsletter
Sign up for our weekly newsletter
The Diplomat Brief