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April 11, 2012

Wen Jiabao’s Reform Moment?

If Wen Jiabao wants to be remembered as a reformer he needs one big policy success. Can he grab it?

China’s Economy After the Crisis
April 06, 2012

China’s Economy After the Crisis

That China’s economy is unbalanced is widely recognized. So why aren’t its policy makers doing more to fix it?

China’s Iran Influence Limited
March 28, 2012

China’s Iran Influence Limited

China may not have as much influence over Iran as assumed. There are signs Beijing is keeping its distance.

China’s Iran Influence Limited
March 28, 2012

China’s Iran Influence Limited

China may not have as much influence over Iran as assumed. There are signs Beijing is keeping its distance.

Is Cross-Strait Honeymoon Over?
March 27, 2012

Is Cross-Strait Honeymoon Over?

The leaderships in Taiwan and mainland China must be careful about raising expectations for engagement.

The Bo Xilai Drama Continues
March 22, 2012

The Bo Xilai Drama Continues

China is divided over the dismissal of Bo Xilai. But the move looks like a win for reform-minded officials.

Can China Find Balance?
February 18, 2012

Can China Find Balance?

China may well be able to find balance for its economy. But it will be a long transition process.

More Wukans to Come?
February 09, 2012

More Wukans to Come?

A new survey suggests the Wukan village uprising last year might not be the last such protest in China.

The Road to Rio+20
February 01, 2012

The Road to Rio+20

This year’s Rio+20 U.N. Conference on Sustainable Development has big implications, including for Asia.

Li Keqiang and Green Growth
February 01, 2012

Li Keqiang and Green Growth

Li Keqiang looks poised to succeed Wen Jiabao. What would this mean for China’s environment?

Will China Dragon Bite in 2012?
January 27, 2012

Will China Dragon Bite in 2012?

Last year was a tough one for Chinese dissidents. With the Communist Party keen for stability as the leadership transition unfolds, 2012 could well be worse.

China Set for Goldilocks Landing?
January 23, 2012

China Set for Goldilocks Landing?

China will likely manage a soft landing in 2012. But economic imbalances in the Year of the Dragon will challenge the Chinese Communist Party.

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