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China and the ICC
December 07, 2012
China and the ICC
While China won’t support some cases being referred to the international court, many are too quick to dismiss its participation.
China and the ICC
China and Non-intervention
December 03, 2011
China and Non-intervention
He Wenping, director of African Studies at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, discusses non-intervention.
China and Non-intervention
Why India Admired Gaddafi
October 28, 2011
Why India Admired Gaddafi
Muammar Gaddafi was a brutal dictator. That doesn’t mean that it was right to intervene in Libya.
Why India Admired Gaddafi
India Quiet on Gaddafi Killing
October 23, 2011
India Quiet on Gaddafi Killing
A reluctance to offend the Muslim world has been behind India’s subdued reaction to Gaddafi’s death.
India Quiet on Gaddafi Killing
China Shifts on Sudan, Libya
July 11, 2011
China Shifts on Sudan, Libya
China has traditionally stuck to a non-interventionist foreign policy. But On Sudan and Libya, it seems to be shifting.
China Shifts on Sudan, Libya
West’s Diplomacy Trumps China Fear
April 05, 2011
West’s Diplomacy Trumps China Fear
China and Russia were both worried about Western military action in Libya. So why didn’t they veto it when they had the chance?
West’s Diplomacy Trumps China Fear
China’s Prickly Gaddafi Ties
March 07, 2011
China’s Prickly Gaddafi Ties
Relations between Muammar Gaddafi and Beijing have often been awkward. But don’t write off Libya ties just yet.
China’s Prickly Gaddafi Ties
China’s Prickly Gaddafi Ties
March 07, 2011
China’s Prickly Gaddafi Ties
Relations between Muammar Gaddafi and Beijing have often been awkward. But don’t write off Libya ties just yet.
China’s Prickly Gaddafi Ties
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