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Overseas NGOs in China: Left in Legal Limbo
March 04, 2017

Overseas NGOs in China: Left in Legal Limbo

By Kristin Shi-Kupfer and Bertram Lang
As many feared, the new law in practice seems designed to make life difficult for international organizations.

Why Trump Can't Break Russia Away From China
February 23, 2017

Why Trump Can't Break Russia Away From China

By John S. Van Oudenaren
The conditions just aren't right for Kissinger-style triangular diplomacy.
Nazarbayev Speaks: Warns of a Color Revolution in Kazakhstan
June 09, 2016

Nazarbayev Speaks: Warns of a Color Revolution in Kazakhstan

By Catherine Putz
The Kazakh president blamed instigators from abroad for recent violence and protests.

Beijing’s Peaceful Evolution Paranoia
September 01, 2015

Beijing’s Peaceful Evolution Paranoia

By John S. Van Oudenaren
The Chinese Communist Party’s obsession with the threat of a color revolution is revealing.

Interview: Competing Perspectives on Democracy in Central Asia
August 26, 2015

Interview: Competing Perspectives on Democracy in Central Asia

By Catherine Putz
The Diplomat talks with Dr. Mariya Y. Omelicheva about why efforts to promote democracy have failed in the region.

How a Hong Kong Newspaper Became an Occupy Movement Flashpoint
October 17, 2014

How a Hong Kong Newspaper Became an Occupy Movement Flashpoint

By Shannon Tiezzi
The protests outside Apple Daily headquarters provide a microcosm for the larger issues at play.

China Claims US Behind Hong Kong Protests
October 12, 2014

China Claims US Behind Hong Kong Protests

By Zachary Keck
The Chinese Communist Party's official newspaper claims the U.S. is trying to foment a "color revolution" in Hong Kong.
America and Britain's Hong Kong Catch-22
October 06, 2014

America and Britain's Hong Kong Catch-22

By Shannon Tiezzi
Remaining on the sidelines is the best thing the U.S. and the U.K. can do to help the Hong Kong protestors.

Does the US Have 'Trump Cards' Over China?
April 14, 2014

Does the US Have 'Trump Cards' Over China?

By Jin Kai
The idea that the U.S. has several "trump cards" to use against China ignores the complexity of U.S.-China relations.

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