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US Calls for Liu Xiaobo's Release
December 11, 2013

US Calls for Liu Xiaobo's Release

By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S. Secretary of State publicly called for Liu Xiaobo's release - for the fifth straight year.
Spain Has Indicted Hu Jintao Over Tibet
November 18, 2013

Spain Has Indicted Hu Jintao Over Tibet

Hu Jintao was indicted last month by Spain’s national court.

Breaking the Ice: China's Emerging Arctic Strategy
August 27, 2012

Breaking the Ice: China's Emerging Arctic Strategy

China’s interests in the Arctic are growing. Nations like Canada and the United States should take notice.

China’s Coercive Economic Diplomacy
July 25, 2012

China’s Coercive Economic Diplomacy

Chinese willingness to use economic leverage to settle international disputes in its favor is a worrisome trend.

China Drops Confucius Prize?
September 29, 2011

China Drops Confucius Prize?

A Chinese cultural organisation has called off the Confucius Peace Prize just a year after the award was launched.

Mao (Still?) Tears China Apart
May 09, 2011

Mao (Still?) Tears China Apart

A blog post critical of Mao Zedong is a reminder of how divided China remains over his legacy.

The Confucius Peace Prize
December 21, 2010

The Confucius Peace Prize

The Confucius Peace Prize was more about patriotic opportunism than an official response to the Nobel Prize.

India Finally Takes a Stand?
December 15, 2010

India Finally Takes a Stand?

India was right to resist Chinese pressure and attend this year’s Nobel Peace Prize ceremony for Liu Xiaobo.

A Nobel Account
December 14, 2010

A Nobel Account

Despite a boycott instigated by China and the absence of Liu Xiaobo, the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony was still moving.

Nobel Prize Ceremony Cancelled?
November 19, 2010

Nobel Prize Ceremony Cancelled?

China’s refusal to let anyone collect dissident Liu Xiabao’s Nobel Peace Prize has echoes of 1930s Europe.

October 13, 2010

The Revolution Won’t be Online

Charter 08 is the most politically explosive tract ever posted on the Internet, Bill Dodson writes.

October 13, 2010

The Revolution Won’t be Online

Charter 08 is the most politically explosive tract ever posted on the Internet, Bill Dodson writes.

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