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China's rise inspires a mix of awe, fear and skepticism. But what will its global role be? Are we on the brink of a bipolar world? How will its neighbors respond? Will it all come crashing down? The Diplomat's daily China blog will try to find some answers.

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5 Foreign Policy Takeaways From Li Keqiang’s Work Report
March 10, 2014

5 Foreign Policy Takeaways From Li Keqiang’s Work Report

By Mu Chunshan
Li Keqiang's government work report contained hints of what the Xi-Li leadership has in mind for foreign policy.
Xinjiang Party Secretary Talks Terrorism After Kunming Attack
March 08, 2014

Xinjiang Party Secretary Talks Terrorism After Kunming Attack

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus a round-up of other NPC speeches and remarks. Friday China links.

China to Foreign Fishing Boats: ‘Get Out’ of South China Sea
March 07, 2014

China to Foreign Fishing Boats: ‘Get Out’ of South China Sea

By Shannon Tiezzi
Hainan's Party Chief confirms that authorities are confronting foreign fishing vessels in the South China Sea.

China Prioritizes Ukraine's 'Ethnic Groups' Over Its 'Territorial Integrity'
March 07, 2014

China Prioritizes Ukraine's 'Ethnic Groups' Over Its 'Territorial Integrity'

By Shannon Tiezzi
China has stopped voicing support for Ukraine's territorial integrity, which could set a dangerous precedent.

Beijing Strikes at Hong Kong With APEC Move
March 06, 2014

Beijing Strikes at Hong Kong With APEC Move

By Tyler Roney
The decision to move the APEC meeting from Hong Kong to Beijing comes amidst PRC disdain for Hong Kong protests.
Li Keqiang's Work Report: Old Problems, New Solutions?
March 06, 2014

Li Keqiang's Work Report: Old Problems, New Solutions?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Li Keqiang's work report to the NPC highlighted reform efforts on issues that also plagued the previous government.

Kunming: A New Phase of Terrorism in China
March 05, 2014

Kunming: A New Phase of Terrorism in China

By Nicholas Dynon
The deadly weekend attack, which killed 29 civilians, could mark a new era for security in China.
Xi Jinping's One Year Performance Review
March 05, 2014

Xi Jinping's One Year Performance Review

By Ankit Panda
How did the new president of the People's Republic of China fare in his first year on the job?

Obama, Xi, and the Dalai Lama: How to Address the Tibet Issue
March 04, 2014

Obama, Xi, and the Dalai Lama: How to Address the Tibet Issue

By Kerry Brown
Obama's meeting with the Dalai Lama won't solve the intractable problems in Tibet. Creative solutions are needed.

Uganda Looks to China
March 04, 2014

Uganda Looks to China

By Clint Richards
A new anti-gay law underscores the West’s declining influence, as Uganda pivots East.

China Backs Russia on Ukraine
March 04, 2014

China Backs Russia on Ukraine

By Shannon Tiezzi
Despite its principle of non-interference, domestic and international interests have Beijing siding with Moscow.
Is the Kunming Knife Attack China’s 9-11?
March 04, 2014

Is the Kunming Knife Attack China’s 9-11?

By Shannon Tiezzi
The deadly attack in Kunming may forever change the way China thinks about and deals with terrorism.

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