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Taking the Leap on China’s Pollution Problem
October 27, 2014
Taking the Leap on China’s Pollution Problem
China’s environmental problems will require some rapid action.
Taking the Leap on China’s Pollution Problem
Xi Jinping's Reforms: 'Mission Impossible'?
August 28, 2014
Xi Jinping's Reforms: 'Mission Impossible'?
The cynicism surrounding Xi's reforms are making a difficult task even harder.
Xi Jinping's Reforms: 'Mission Impossible'?
China's Princelings and the CCP
July 07, 2014
China's Princelings and the CCP
The Diplomat speaks with Kerry Brown about his new book, "The New Emperors: Power and the Princelings in China".
China's Princelings and the CCP
Why Reform Comes Slowly in China
July 01, 2014
Why Reform Comes Slowly in China
Reform is like sailing upstream: if you’re not making progress, you’re going backwards.
Why Reform Comes Slowly in China
China’s Changing State-Owned Enterprise Landscape
June 25, 2014
China’s Changing State-Owned Enterprise Landscape
To maintain economic growth, SOE reform will need to be meaningful.
China’s Changing State-Owned Enterprise Landscape
Remembering Hu Yaobang, China's Reformer
April 18, 2014
Remembering Hu Yaobang, China's Reformer
Plus, analysis of China's urbanization plan and Captain America in China. Friday China links.
Remembering Hu Yaobang, China's Reformer
Chinese Strategists Reflect on the First Sino-Japanese War
April 18, 2014
Chinese Strategists Reflect on the First Sino-Japanese War
A collection of essays on the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-95 has obvious implications for modern China.
Chinese Strategists Reflect on the First Sino-Japanese War
Chinese Media: Actually, Our Economy Is Doing Just Fine
April 17, 2014
Chinese Media: Actually, Our Economy Is Doing Just Fine
China's state media fired back at Western speculation the Chinese economy is headed for a fall.
Chinese Media: Actually, Our Economy Is Doing Just Fine
China Seeks to Protect Petitioners
March 21, 2014
China Seeks to Protect Petitioners
China is reiterating previous calls to provide better treatment for petitioners, but how far will the reforms go?
China Seeks to Protect Petitioners
Being a Successful Gorbachev?
March 18, 2014
Being a Successful Gorbachev?
To be a "successful Gorbachev" requires holding all levers of power in order to push through deep reforms.
Being a Successful Gorbachev?
China’s Military Modernization: Why It Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means
March 13, 2014
China’s Military Modernization: Why It Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means
The real core of China's military modernization has more to do with organization and structure than with technology.
China’s Military Modernization: Why It Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means
Li Keqiang's Work Report: Old Problems, New Solutions?
March 06, 2014
Li Keqiang's Work Report: Old Problems, New Solutions?
Li Keqiang's work report to the NPC highlighted reform efforts on issues that also plagued the previous government.
Li Keqiang's Work Report: Old Problems, New Solutions?
China's Xinjiang Province Eyes Anti-Terrorism Law
March 01, 2014
China's Xinjiang Province Eyes Anti-Terrorism Law
Plus, dueling human rights reports, an attack on a former Hong Kong editor, and Xi's vision for reform. Friday China links.
China's Xinjiang Province Eyes Anti-Terrorism Law
After The Plenum, All Power To The Party
November 23, 2013
After The Plenum, All Power To The Party
The real winners of the 2013 Third Plenum are Xi Jinping and the Chinese Communist Party.
After The Plenum, All Power To The Party
China Will Need Transparency for Reforms
November 18, 2013
China Will Need Transparency for Reforms
Recent news reports underscore the need for progress on transparency if reforms are to really succeed.
China Will Need Transparency for Reforms
Are Chinese Reforms Really a Myth?
October 04, 2013
Are Chinese Reforms Really a Myth?
Those who would criticize the pace of China’s reform efforts should consider the context.
Are Chinese Reforms Really a Myth?
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