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Canada Plays its China Card
January 20, 2012

Canada Plays its China Card

Resource-rich Canada and resource-hungry China seem in some ways like natural partners. After a slow start, they just might be.

China's Real Estate Misstep
January 14, 2012

China's Real Estate Misstep

China may be loosening government restrictions on the property market too quickly. Structural issues remain.

Hu Jintao’s Legacy
January 12, 2012

Hu Jintao’s Legacy

Hu Jintao warned that China was in a cultural war with the West. But the real problems are at home.

Hu Jintao’s Legacy
January 12, 2012

Hu Jintao’s Legacy

Hu Jintao warned that China was in a cultural war with the West. But the real problems are at home.

China’s Unstoppable Billion
January 05, 2012

China’s Unstoppable Billion

The most important global trend is the emergence of a great people from millennia of despotic rule, says Gordon Chang. The Chinese people, in short, are the world’s unstoppable force.

China's 99 Percent?
December 17, 2011

China's 99 Percent?

The protest in Wukan reflects a general frustration among Chinese with their leaders. But will officials listen?

Tweaking China's Soft Power
December 12, 2011

Tweaking China's Soft Power

China’s soft power is widely talked about. But the country’s leaders will need to show flexibility to make it work.

November 30, 2011

The Case for Li Yuanchao

Li Yuanchao has many of the right qualities to succeed Wen Jiabao. It’s a shame he probably won’t.

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.

Swimming Naked in China
November 03, 2011

Swimming Naked in China

With the Chinese government tightening credit, the massive leakage from the formal banking sector into the ‘shadow system’ ultimately risks sinking the country’s financial system.

Decoding 'Social Management'
September 21, 2011

Decoding 'Social Management'

China’s government has coined a new piece of political jargon: social management. But what does it mean?

What if the China Model Goes Bad?
August 31, 2011

What if the China Model Goes Bad?

China’s economic growth has been remarkable. But continuing to rely on the notion of a benevolent dictatorship is a serious mistake.

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