July 10, 2013
Is China Really Loosening Its Tibet Policy?
Signs of change have been reported, but many observers remain skeptical.
July 10, 2013
China’s “War on Terror” in Xinjiang
Beijing finds it helpful to link local separatists with international terrorism.
June 29, 2013
China, US Continue “War of Words” on Cybersecurity
Plus, Li Keqiang pushes ahead on urbanization. Friday China links.
April 17, 2013
The Xinjiang Perspective: In Photos
China’s security forces have failed in their attempts to win over the nation’s ethnic minorities.
March 15, 2013
Tibet on Fire: Self-Immolations Rising
Self-immolations by Tibetan monks have spiked with China’s leadership change. Beijing continues to ignore their message.
February 07, 2013
Brad Pitt Thaws China Ties
Brad Pitt, who is banned from entering China, has opened a Weibo account and is studying Mandarin. Why?
November 16, 2012
In Tibet: Protests and Self-Immolations Continue
“students gathered…to replace the Chinese flags atop their school with the Tibetan independence flag.”
November 13, 2012
Change in Beijing, Change in Tibet?
With self-immolations continuing, Tibet has become a major challenge for the incoming Chinese leadership. Could changes at the top mean changes for Tibet?
October 27, 2012
China's Failure in Tibet
“To our knowledge most of the self-immolation cases in the Tibetan-inhabited regions are related to the instigation of the Dalai clique.”
September 21, 2012
The Interview: Robert Kaplan
“China may have unstable times ahead that could affect everything in the Asia-Pacific region…”
April 21, 2012
What West Doesn’t Get About China
The idea that China has a unified vision about its role in the world is misplaced. Excessive focus on nationalist voices, however loud, will do the U.S. and others no favors.
April 08, 2012
The Week in Asia
Coup rumors in China and India, and a Chinese economic slowdown feature in our weekly roundup of the news you might have missed this week in Asia.