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While Law Unpassed, Provincial Supervision Commissions Already Established in China
February 01, 2018
While Law Unpassed, Provincial Supervision Commissions Already Established in China
Directors of all the provincial-level supervision commissions have already been appointed.
While Law Unpassed, Provincial Supervision Commissions Already Established in China
Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Diplomatic Ally?
February 01, 2018
Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Diplomatic Ally?
What to make of recent reports that the Vatican has made a breakthrough in relations with Beijing?
Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Diplomatic Ally?
The Chinese Communist Party’s Experiment With Transparency
February 01, 2018
The Chinese Communist Party’s Experiment With Transparency
Unpacking the CCP’s new regulations on “open party affairs.”
The Chinese Communist Party’s Experiment With Transparency
If China Bugged the AU Headquarters, What African Countries Should Be Worried?
January 31, 2018
If China Bugged the AU Headquarters, What African Countries Should Be Worried?
China fiercely denied reports that it spied on the African Union for five years after building its new headquarters.
If China Bugged the AU Headquarters, What African Countries Should Be Worried?
Will Theresa May Discuss Hong Kong in Her China Visit?
January 31, 2018
Will Theresa May Discuss Hong Kong in Her China Visit?
The last British Governor of Hong Kong urged Theresa May to speak up for Hong Kong.
Will Theresa May Discuss Hong Kong in Her China Visit?
Wang Qishan Returns to China’s Political Stage
January 30, 2018
Wang Qishan Returns to China’s Political Stage
China’s former anti-corruption czar is rumored to be the next vice president.
Wang Qishan Returns to China’s Political Stage
Taro Kono’s China Visit Paves the Way for a China-Japan-South Korea Summit
January 30, 2018
Taro Kono’s China Visit Paves the Way for a China-Japan-South Korea Summit
Amid Japanese foreign minister’s visit, China and Japan agreed to hold a new round of the trilateral summit.
Taro Kono’s China Visit Paves the Way for a China-Japan-South Korea Summit
What China's Davos Coverage Reveals About Its Global Ambitions
January 30, 2018
What China's Davos Coverage Reveals About Its Global Ambitions
China sees itself winning the battle for global influence.
What China's Davos Coverage Reveals About Its Global Ambitions
Britain's China Challenge
January 30, 2018
Britain's China Challenge
Ahead of PM Theresa May's visit, there are signs China already views the U.K. as a supplicant rather than an equal.
Britain's China Challenge
China Stakes Its Claim to the Arctic
January 29, 2018
China Stakes Its Claim to the Arctic
Beijing's Arctic White Paper claims interests in the region for China as a “near Arctic state.”
China Stakes Its Claim to the Arctic
China Issues Its Arctic Policy
January 26, 2018
China Issues Its Arctic Policy
China vows to actively participate in Arctic affairs and pursue economic interests.
China Issues Its Arctic Policy
Theresa May to Visit China Ahead of Trump’s Visit to Britain
January 26, 2018
Theresa May to Visit China Ahead of Trump’s Visit to Britain
Beijing believes that Brexit offers an opportunity for China-UK ties.
Theresa May to Visit China Ahead of Trump’s Visit to Britain
Chinese Communist Party Launches Campaign Against Organized Crime
January 26, 2018
Chinese Communist Party Launches Campaign Against Organized Crime
The campaign seems to mainly target corrupt government officials at the grassroots level.
Chinese Communist Party Launches Campaign Against Organized Crime
In Global First, China Clones 2 Monkeys Using 'Dolly' Method
January 25, 2018
In Global First, China Clones 2 Monkeys Using 'Dolly' Method
Some scientists have raised ethical concerns over the procedure, which brings science a step closer to human clones.
In Global First, China Clones 2 Monkeys Using 'Dolly' Method
North Korea: China's Unwelcome Mirror
January 25, 2018
North Korea: China's Unwelcome Mirror
The unspoken reason China is reluctant to act against North Korea: Beijing sees echoes of itself in Pyongyang.
North Korea: China's Unwelcome Mirror
Sweden Demands China’s Explanation Over Bookseller’s Rearrest
January 24, 2018
Sweden Demands China’s Explanation Over Bookseller’s Rearrest
Months after his release, Gui Minhai was seized by Chinese authorities again -- right in front of Swedish diplomats.
Sweden Demands China’s Explanation Over Bookseller’s Rearrest
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