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February 11, 2020
Vietnam Battles Its Coronavirus Challenge
By Thoi Nguyen
While the government has taken significant measures to limit the impacts of the coronavirus on the country, it is also operating within limits and realities.
January 31, 2020
Wuhan Coronavirus and the Tacitus Trap
By Fu Yu
The outbreak revealed long-standing deficiencies inside China’s local administrations, which may pose a threat to the credibility of local governments across the PRC.
January 27, 2020
Wuhan Coronavirus: China Plays the Blame Game
By Jo Kim
With the Wuhan government to take the blame, the central leadership is unscathed by the coronavirus outbreak
July 04, 2019
Environmental Protest Breaks out in China’s Wuhan City
By Kendra Brock
Wuhan residents protested the construction of a waste-to-energy plant, repeating a pattern seen elsewhere in China in recent years.
June 08, 2018
Is a China-India ‘Reset’ in the Cards?
By Ivan Lidarev
The 2018 Wuhan meeting cannot reset China-India relations in the way the 1988 Gandhi-Deng summit did.
May 01, 2018
Beyond Wuhan: India Should Establish A New Framework for Engagement With China
By Aman Thakker
India should aim to establish a new and broader framework, or modus vivendi, in its engagement with China.
July 21, 2017
12 Regions of China: The Central South
By John Lee
The original frontier for Han expansions remains a strategic pivot point today.
July 12, 2016
Torrential Rains Wreak Havoc in Southern China
By Cal Wong
Devastating floods swept across southern China last week, causing at least $8 billion in damages.
May 09, 2014
Why China's Terrorists are Targeting Train Stations
By Zachary Keck
The decision by Uighur separatists to target Chinese rail stations is both symbolic and strategic