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China's Self-Absorbed Nationalism
August 31, 2012
China's Self-Absorbed Nationalism
Beijing has long interwoven strands of victimization and self-righteousness into Chinese nationalism, which have made compromise more difficult.
China's Self-Absorbed Nationalism
May 07, 2012
High Noon for Beijing?
The Chen Guangcheng reflects the Communist Party’s growing inability to control the message. Can it?
High Noon for Beijing?
Chen Guangcheng Update
May 04, 2012
Chen Guangcheng Update
As the Chen Guangcheng drama unfolds, Truman National Security fellow Michael Lieberman offers his take.
Chen Guangcheng Update
Chen Guangcheng Update
May 04, 2012
Chen Guangcheng Update
As the Chen Guangcheng drama unfolds, Truman National Security fellow Michael Lieberman offers his take.
Chen Guangcheng Update
The Risks of China’s Students
March 03, 2012
The Risks of China’s Students
Many U.S. universities have been falling over themselves to accept Chinese students. But are they ignoring the dangers of cultural tensions in search of money?
The Risks of China’s Students
Can China Crash U.S. Pivot Party?
February 24, 2012
Can China Crash U.S. Pivot Party?
The United States is working hard to recalibrate its national security strategy with an Asia-Pacific focus. If China can act boldly, it has multiple avenues for countering it.
Can China Crash U.S. Pivot Party?
Understanding Romney on China
February 01, 2012
Understanding Romney on China
Mitt Romney has spent more time articulating a substantive outline for his China policy than his rivals. Economics is central, but he’ll need to offer more if he gets the Republican nod.
Understanding Romney on China
Congress’ Weak China Hand
January 27, 2012
Congress’ Weak China Hand
The U.S. Congress can be a tough critic of Barack Obama’s China policy. But its done little to slow it.
Congress’ Weak China Hand
A Tsai Win and China Ties
January 14, 2012
A Tsai Win and China Ties
Would Taiwan presidential candidate Tsai Ying-wen be able to maintain good ties with China? It seems unlikely.
A Tsai Win and China Ties
Can China Handle America’s Return?
December 14, 2011
Can China Handle America’s Return?
The United States’ decision to “pivot” back to the Asia-Pacific is welcome among its allies. But what about its most assertive rising power?
Can China Handle America’s Return?
Is it China’s Turn to Pivot?
November 28, 2011
Is it China’s Turn to Pivot?
The U.S. ambushed and isolated China at the East Asia summit. If China wants to recover it needs to manage its competition with the United States – and not scare its neighbors.
Is it China’s Turn to Pivot?
China and Popularity Contests
November 24, 2011
China and Popularity Contests
The response to Obama’s latest Asia trip has been mixed. Some Chinese commentators are missing the point.
China and Popularity Contests
The Clash of Civilizations?
November 08, 2011
The Clash of Civilizations?
Is the latest wave of Chinese students studying in the United States a ticking time bomb of cultural tension?
The Clash of Civilizations?
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