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China Detains 2 Canadians for Allegedly Endangering National Security
December 14, 2018
China Detains 2 Canadians for Allegedly Endangering National Security
In addition to a former Canadian diplomat, the second detained Canadian is an entrepreneur who has been doing business related to North Korea.
China Detains 2 Canadians for Allegedly Endangering National Security
Can China Be the Saving Grace at COP24?
December 13, 2018
Can China Be the Saving Grace at COP24?
Beijing’s capacity – and willingness – to lead on climate change are being tested.
Can China Be the Saving Grace at COP24?
Amid Row Over Huawei Case, China Detains a Former Canadian Diplomat
December 13, 2018
Amid Row Over Huawei Case, China Detains a Former Canadian Diplomat
Questions related to the incident dominated the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s Wednesday press briefing.
Amid Row Over Huawei Case, China Detains a Former Canadian Diplomat
China Stays Quiet on Detained Canadian as Huawei CFO Is Released on Bail
December 13, 2018
China Stays Quiet on Detained Canadian as Huawei CFO Is Released on Bail
China's foreign ministry denies knowledge of former diplomat Michael Kovrig's detention.
China Stays Quiet on Detained Canadian as Huawei CFO Is Released on Bail
The Long Arm of the US Law: A New ‘Gray Zone’ Tool Against China?
December 12, 2018
The Long Arm of the US Law: A New ‘Gray Zone’ Tool Against China?
Putting Meng Wanzhou's arrest into the broader context of U.S. actions.
The Long Arm of the US Law: A New ‘Gray Zone’ Tool Against China?
The Moon’s Far Side and China’s Space Strategy
December 12, 2018
The Moon’s Far Side and China’s Space Strategy
Once again, China is achieving a global first in space – and right on schedule.
The Moon’s Far Side and China’s Space Strategy
Will Beijing Keep the Huawei Case Separate From US-China Trade Negotiations?
December 12, 2018
Will Beijing Keep the Huawei Case Separate From US-China Trade Negotiations?
While China's commerce ministry is eager to reach a trade deal, the foreign ministry vows to protect Chinese citizens' rights.
Will Beijing Keep the Huawei Case Separate From US-China Trade Negotiations?
China Escalates Pressure on Canada Over Huawei Case
December 10, 2018
China Escalates Pressure on Canada Over Huawei Case
The Chinese foreign ministry summoned U.S. and Canadian ambassadors over Meng Wanzhou’s detention.
China Escalates Pressure on Canada Over Huawei Case
What China’s New E-Commerce Law Could Mean for IP Protection
December 08, 2018
What China’s New E-Commerce Law Could Mean for IP Protection
Is China really cracking down on counterfeiters, or is the law more symbol than substance?
What China’s New E-Commerce Law Could Mean for IP Protection
Marital Rape: A Crime Left Unseen and Unspoken in the Chinese Legal System
December 08, 2018
Marital Rape: A Crime Left Unseen and Unspoken in the Chinese Legal System
China is one of only 10 countries that has not criminalized rape in marriage.
Marital Rape: A Crime Left Unseen and Unspoken in the Chinese Legal System
Canada Arrests Huawei Executive; China Demands Her Immediate Release
December 06, 2018
Canada Arrests Huawei Executive; China Demands Her Immediate Release
Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Huawei and daughter of Huawei’s founder, has been arrested in Canada and faces extradition to the U.S.
Canada Arrests Huawei Executive; China Demands Her Immediate Release
The China Factor in Taiwan’s Local Elections
December 06, 2018
The China Factor in Taiwan’s Local Elections
The ruling DPP’s defeat may offer China opportunities ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
The China Factor in Taiwan’s Local Elections
China’s Djibouti Base: A One Year Update
December 04, 2018
China’s Djibouti Base: A One Year Update
China's first overseas military base provides an interesting test case for its global ambitions.
China’s Djibouti Base: A One Year Update
China's Great Social Credit Leap Forward
December 04, 2018
China's Great Social Credit Leap Forward
The party-state may find that even when surveillance solutions scale, so do data problems.
China's Great Social Credit Leap Forward
China’s Crackdown on Hong Kong’s Freedoms Is Bad for Business
December 01, 2018
China’s Crackdown on Hong Kong’s Freedoms Is Bad for Business
Limiting the impact of the U.S.-China trade war will involve upholding the unique status of Hong Kong.
China’s Crackdown on Hong Kong’s Freedoms Is Bad for Business
The G20 Summit: Highlighting China’s Headache
December 01, 2018
The G20 Summit: Highlighting China’s Headache
Xi has a choice: stand tough and risk economic disaster, or compromise and risk looking weak at home.
The G20 Summit: Highlighting China’s Headache
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