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Taiwan's President Vows to Help China Achieve Democracy
July 14, 2017

Taiwan's President Vows to Help China Achieve Democracy

By Charlotte Gao
Tsai Ing-wen expresses condolences for the death of Liu Xiaobo and encourages Chinese people to pursue democracy
US Calls on China to Release Liu Xiaobo’s Wife
July 14, 2017

US Calls on China to Release Liu Xiaobo’s Wife

By Charlotte Gao
Chinese Nobel Laureate Liu died of multiple organ failure after years in jail. His widow remains under house arrest.

Chinese Nobel Laureate Liu Xiaobo Released on Parole With Liver Cancer
June 28, 2017

Chinese Nobel Laureate Liu Xiaobo Released on Parole With Liver Cancer

By DD Wu
The Norwegian Nobel Committee condemned the Chinese authorities in a rare statement.

China and Norway: Unpacking the Deal
December 25, 2016

China and Norway: Unpacking the Deal

By Bjørnar Sverdrup-Thygeson and Marc Lanteigne
The normalization of China-Norway ties is the result of years of quiet diplomacy.

Norway-China Relations 'Unfrozen'
December 21, 2016

Norway-China Relations 'Unfrozen'

By Lieke Bos
After six years of tensions, China and Norway have normalized relations. Why now?
US Senate Votes to Give Chinese Embassy a New Address: 1 Liu Xiaobo Plaza
February 17, 2016

US Senate Votes to Give Chinese Embassy a New Address: 1 Liu Xiaobo Plaza

By Shannon Tiezzi
A small but telling example of US election politicking affecting the U.S.-China relationship.

Towards the Thaw: Seeking Clarity in China-Norway Relations
January 16, 2016

Towards the Thaw: Seeking Clarity in China-Norway Relations

By Marc Lanteigne and Bjørnar Sverdrup-Thygeson
How can China and Norway move on from the political freeze sparked by dissident Liu Xiaobo's Nobel Peace Prize?
Sino-Norwegian Relations, 5 Years After Liu Xiaobo's Nobel Peace Prize
January 04, 2016

Sino-Norwegian Relations, 5 Years After Liu Xiaobo's Nobel Peace Prize

By Benjamin David Baker
A new book reveals that the story of the strange dispute between Oslo and Beijing is actually not that new.

No, 'China' Did Not Just Give a Peace Prize to Mugabe
October 24, 2015

No, 'China' Did Not Just Give a Peace Prize to Mugabe

By Ankit Panda
Despite appearances, the Confucius Peace Prize is not an outcome of Chinese government policy.

Chinese Activists Cut Across Indochina in Search of Asylum
January 30, 2015

Chinese Activists Cut Across Indochina in Search of Asylum

By Luke Hunt
The couple have spent three months trekking through China, Vietnam and Cambodia.

Myanmar Opposition Leader Aung San Suu Kyi to Visit China
November 05, 2014

Myanmar Opposition Leader Aung San Suu Kyi to Visit China

By Shannon Tiezzi
Suu Kyi will have to balance political realism with human rights concerns if she wants to visit China.
Soul or Salmon? Norway’s Chinese Dilemma
May 09, 2014

Soul or Salmon? Norway’s Chinese Dilemma

By Benjamin David Baker
Since awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to a Chinese dissident, Norway’s relations with China have been…frosty.

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