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Despite China's Warnings, Cross-Border Strikes From Myanmar Continue
March 23, 2015

Despite China's Warnings, Cross-Border Strikes From Myanmar Continue

By Ankit Panda
Despite stern warnings from senior Chinese officials, Myanmar forces continue to take their fight against the Kokang rebels across the border.
After Myanmar Bombing, China Deploys Jets, Warns of 'Resolute Measures'
March 15, 2015

After Myanmar Bombing, China Deploys Jets, Warns of 'Resolute Measures'

By Ankit Panda
A senior Chinese general has warned Myanmar of military consequences for its actions.

Myanmar Bombings in Yunnan Killed 4 Chinese
March 14, 2015

Myanmar Bombings in Yunnan Killed 4 Chinese

By Ankit Panda
4 Chinese citizens were killed in an airstrike conducted by the Myanmar Air Force.

Myanmar May Have Just Bombed Chinese Territory -- Now What?
March 11, 2015

Myanmar May Have Just Bombed Chinese Territory -- Now What?

By Ankit Panda
A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson confirmed that Myanmar accidentally bombed Chinese soil. What are the consequences?

China's Myanmar Headache
February 19, 2015

China's Myanmar Headache

By Shannon Tiezzi
Fighting between ethnic Chinese and the Myanmar government poses a thorny problem for Beijing.
China’s ‘Shadow’ Network of International Organizations
October 31, 2014

China’s ‘Shadow’ Network of International Organizations

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, China vs. Ebola, the Hong Kong protests, and your guide to talking about maritime disputes. Friday China links.

Washington’s Flawed Myanmar Policy
April 27, 2014

Washington’s Flawed Myanmar Policy

By David Brenner
Many of Myanmar's ethnic minorities are growing increasingly disillusioned with America and may turn to China instead.
Yunnan: China’s Bridgehead to Southeast Asia and Beyond
April 16, 2014

Yunnan: China’s Bridgehead to Southeast Asia and Beyond

By Gary Sigley
The southwest province deserves to be known for more than the recent terrorist attack.

Laos’s Chinese Gamble
December 24, 2010

Laos’s Chinese Gamble

A new casino complex is supposed to transform poor Ton Pheung into a ‘Macau on the Mekong’. But some locals are already nervous.

The Prisoner’s Dilemma
December 20, 2010

The Prisoner’s Dilemma

The Lahu people in south-west China are an inward-looking people. But will this protect their cultural identity?

The Prisoner’s Dilemma
December 20, 2010

The Prisoner’s Dilemma

The Lahu people in south-west China are an inward-looking people. But will this protect their cultural identity?

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