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China Has New Leaders. What Now?
October 31, 2017
China Has New Leaders. What Now?
A look at the implications of China's new Politburo Standing Committee.
China Has New Leaders. What Now?
The 7 Men Who Will Run China
October 25, 2017
The 7 Men Who Will Run China
What you need to know about the members of the 19th Politburo Standing Committee.
The 7 Men Who Will Run China
Who Are China’s New Top Leaders?
October 25, 2017
Who Are China’s New Top Leaders?
A number of new faces end up in the CCP’s Politburo Standing Committee.
Who Are China’s New Top Leaders?
Succession – The Key Word in Chinese Politics
October 11, 2017
Succession – The Key Word in Chinese Politics
At the Party Congress next week, China’s political machine will indicate its future direction.
Succession – The Key Word in Chinese Politics
Who Will Be Enthroned at China’s 19th Party Congress?
October 26, 2016
Who Will Be Enthroned at China’s 19th Party Congress?
Reading the tea leaves ahead of China's leadership reshuffle next year.
Who Will Be Enthroned at China’s 19th Party Congress?
Chinese Democracy: Is This How the 'Wukan Moment' Finally Ends?
June 21, 2016
Chinese Democracy: Is This How the 'Wukan Moment' Finally Ends?
Wukan, famous for a 2011 uprising, rises up to reclaim its elected local party official. How will this end?
Chinese Democracy: Is This How the 'Wukan Moment' Finally Ends?
US-China Talk Intellectual Property, Market Access at Trade Dialogue
November 25, 2015
US-China Talk Intellectual Property, Market Access at Trade Dialogue
The latest iteration of the Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade saw baby steps on entrenched issues.
US-China Talk Intellectual Property, Market Access at Trade Dialogue
China, Cuba Seek Economic and Defense Cooperation
June 27, 2015
China, Cuba Seek Economic and Defense Cooperation
Two high-ranking Chinese officials made separate visits to Cuba this month.
China, Cuba Seek Economic and Defense Cooperation
US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue: Putting on a Brave Face
June 26, 2015
US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue: Putting on a Brave Face
The U.S. and China tried their best to steer clear of controversy at their premier dialogue platform.
US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue: Putting on a Brave Face
China IT Laws Top US Treasury Secretary's Agenda
April 01, 2015
China IT Laws Top US Treasury Secretary's Agenda
During a visit to Beijing, Secretary Jacob Lew continued to press China on new restrictions on foreign IT companies.
China IT Laws Top US Treasury Secretary's Agenda
Relax, China Won't Challenge US Hegemony
January 14, 2015
Relax, China Won't Challenge US Hegemony
The US should believe Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang's words: China will not seek hegemony.
Relax, China Won't Challenge US Hegemony
China to 'Regulate' Foreign NGOs
December 23, 2014
China to 'Regulate' Foreign NGOs
China may pass a national law stifling the operations of foreign NGOs in the country.
China to 'Regulate' Foreign NGOs
As You Watch Hong Kong, Remember Wukan
October 08, 2014
As You Watch Hong Kong, Remember Wukan
The outcome of Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution is more likely to resemble Wukan than Tiananmen.
As You Watch Hong Kong, Remember Wukan
S&ED Sparks Mini Reset in US-China Relationship
July 03, 2014
S&ED Sparks Mini Reset in US-China Relationship
Ahead of this year's Strategic and Economic Dialogue, the U.S. and China are trying to stay positive.
S&ED Sparks Mini Reset in US-China Relationship
China’s Next Leap Forward: From Comrades to Consumers
May 09, 2013
China’s Next Leap Forward: From Comrades to Consumers
Chinese leadership has hinted at greater economic reforms in store, with freewheeling Guangdong province as the model.
China’s Next Leap Forward: From Comrades to Consumers
Shangpu and Democratic Localism
March 14, 2013
Shangpu and Democratic Localism
Recent protests over land grabs in Guangdong Province highlight the challenges of governance in China.
Shangpu and Democratic Localism
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