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China's Green Jobs Boost
November 21, 2011
China's Green Jobs Boost
A new report says China could add 9.5 million jobs in 5 years by phasing out the country’s dirtiest industries.
China's Green Jobs Boost
Will 21st Century Be China’s?
November 19, 2011
Will 21st Century Be China’s?
Is China’s rise to hyper power status inevitable? The experience of the U.S. suggests maybe, but not for long.
Will 21st Century Be China’s?
Will 21st Century Be China’s?
November 19, 2011
Will 21st Century Be China’s?
Is China’s rise to hyper power status inevitable? The experience of the U.S. suggests maybe, but not for long.
Will 21st Century Be China’s?
My Chinese Election Day
November 19, 2011
My Chinese Election Day
Having a chance to vote was great. But it would be even better if I knew something about who I was voting for.
My Chinese Election Day
Reporting on China
November 18, 2011
Reporting on China
Reporting from China has changed a great deal in the past few decades. It gives cause for some optimism.
Reporting on China
When Chinese Hack Chinese
November 18, 2011
When Chinese Hack Chinese
With even small Chinese companies adopting cyber espionage as a business strategy, R&D faces a big hurdle.
When Chinese Hack Chinese
Bridging the Sino-U.S. Divide
November 17, 2011
Bridging the Sino-U.S. Divide
Do American and Chinese students see the world differently? Maybe, but there are ways to bring them together.
Bridging the Sino-U.S. Divide
Taiwan to Follow Hong Kong?
November 16, 2011
Taiwan to Follow Hong Kong?
In Hong Kong, China sees a possible model for how Taiwan can be drawn closer. Will Taiwanese agree?
Taiwan to Follow Hong Kong?
Putin Wins China Peace Prize
November 16, 2011
Putin Wins China Peace Prize
Russian Premier Vladimir Putin is awarded a Chinese peace prize for his opposition to NATO’s Libya action.
Putin Wins China Peace Prize
China Tightens Media Grip
November 15, 2011
China Tightens Media Grip
New rules on the way microblog stories are reported marks a further tightening of China’s grip over the media.
China Tightens Media Grip
China in Africa
November 15, 2011
China in Africa
The Diplomat’s David Cohen will speak with China in Africa expert He Wenping. Please send your questions.
China in Africa
How to Help Chinese Students
November 13, 2011
How to Help Chinese Students
Chinese students often have problems fitting in at U.S. universities. But there are steps to make things easier.
How to Help Chinese Students
China's SCO Road to Nowhere
November 11, 2011
China's SCO Road to Nowhere
China and Russia have less and less in common on Central Asia. It showed at the latest SCO meeting.
China's SCO Road to Nowhere
Property Bubble Bursting?
November 11, 2011
Property Bubble Bursting?
Will a slowdown in exports tempt China to ease monetary policy? And what would it do to property prices?
Property Bubble Bursting?
China Slashes Carbon Intensity
November 10, 2011
China Slashes Carbon Intensity
A new report says China’s carbon emissions per unit of economic growth have dipped. Can it continue?
China Slashes Carbon Intensity
Beijing Opens Up on Pollution
November 09, 2011
Beijing Opens Up on Pollution
Beijing has opened its air pollution monitoring center to individual members of the public for the first time.
Beijing Opens Up on Pollution
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