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China Ready to Reach a Trade Deal With US
February 20, 2019
China Ready to Reach a Trade Deal With US
China’s attitude toward U.S.-China trade talks switched from belligerence to silence and now to optimism.
China Ready to Reach a Trade Deal With US
Britain's Empty South China Sea Gesture
February 20, 2019
Britain's Empty South China Sea Gesture
Sending an aircraft carrier to the region, amid the turmoil of Brexit, is likely seen in China as empty posturing.
Britain's Empty South China Sea Gesture
Xi: China Must Never Adopt Constitutionalism, Separation of Powers, or Judicial Independence
February 19, 2019
Xi: China Must Never Adopt Constitutionalism, Separation of Powers, or Judicial Independence
The Chinese president calls for strengthening the Communist Party’s leadership over law in China.
Xi: China Must Never Adopt Constitutionalism, Separation of Powers, or Judicial Independence
China in the Middle East: Past, Present, and Future
February 16, 2019
China in the Middle East: Past, Present, and Future
Tracing the recent history and trajectory of China’s presence in the Middle East.
China in the Middle East: Past, Present, and Future
Will President-Elect Bukele Alter El Salvador’s Relations With China?
February 15, 2019
Will President-Elect Bukele Alter El Salvador’s Relations With China?
John Bolton and Nayib Bukele recently discussed ways to counter “Chinese predatory practices.”
Will President-Elect Bukele Alter El Salvador’s Relations With China?
How a Pay TV Company Is Serving up a Soft Power Win for China in Africa
February 14, 2019
How a Pay TV Company Is Serving up a Soft Power Win for China in Africa
StarTimes is making inroads across the continent, and winning fans in the process.
How a Pay TV Company Is Serving up a Soft Power Win for China in Africa
Hong Kong Identity and the Rise of Mandarin
February 14, 2019
Hong Kong Identity and the Rise of Mandarin
Mandarin has seen massive popularity growth in Hong Kong, but Cantonese, the city’s mother tongue, won’t be erased so easily.
Hong Kong Identity and the Rise of Mandarin
What’s New About China’s Latest EU Policy Paper?
February 14, 2019
What’s New About China’s Latest EU Policy Paper?
The last policy paper was issued just four years before. What changed?
What’s New About China’s Latest EU Policy Paper?
Why China’s Younger Generation (Sort of) Loves Jiang Zemin
February 13, 2019
Why China’s Younger Generation (Sort of) Loves Jiang Zemin
Meet China’s “toad worshipers.”
Why China’s Younger Generation (Sort of) Loves Jiang Zemin
Why Is Turkey Breaking Its Silence on China’s Uyghurs?
February 12, 2019
Why Is Turkey Breaking Its Silence on China’s Uyghurs?
Anger at home has finally forced Ankara to break with its enthusiastic embrace of Beijing.
Why Is Turkey Breaking Its Silence on China’s Uyghurs?
China Steps up Its Mining Interests in Greenland
February 12, 2019
China Steps up Its Mining Interests in Greenland
China’s growing involvement in Greenland presents risks and opportunities.
China Steps up Its Mining Interests in Greenland
How Old Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative Exactly?
February 11, 2019
How Old Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative Exactly?
The policies that became the Belt and Road Initiative date back into the early 2000s.
How Old Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative Exactly?
Taiwan Grants Entry to Chinese Asylum Seekers But Questions Surround Its Refugee Policy
February 09, 2019
Taiwan Grants Entry to Chinese Asylum Seekers But Questions Surround Its Refugee Policy
The two Chinese asylum seekers spent 125 days in limbo, highlighting issues in Taiwan's approach to refugees.
Taiwan Grants Entry to Chinese Asylum Seekers But Questions Surround Its Refugee Policy
Is China Undermining Its Own Success in Africa?
February 08, 2019
Is China Undermining Its Own Success in Africa?
Negative interactions with Chinese companies and individuals are hurting the country’s image in many African countries.
Is China Undermining Its Own Success in Africa?
China Investigates Blood Plasma Products Potentially Tainted With HIV
February 08, 2019
China Investigates Blood Plasma Products Potentially Tainted With HIV
Chinese authorities warned hospitals that a batch of blood products could be tainted the AIDS virus.
China Investigates Blood Plasma Products Potentially Tainted With HIV
As US-China Prepare for Next Trade Talks, Trump-Xi Meeting Remains Uncertain
February 07, 2019
As US-China Prepare for Next Trade Talks, Trump-Xi Meeting Remains Uncertain
The U.S. treasury secretary says there are no plans for Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping to meet -- yet.
As US-China Prepare for Next Trade Talks, Trump-Xi Meeting Remains Uncertain
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