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Social Media: Asia/Pacific: East/Pacific: China

331-360 Social Media articles displayed
for the Asia/Pacific/East/Pacific/China Region

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A new tone on rights in China?
Merle Goldman sees that the pending constitutional amendment, while flawed, is a positive step towards greater human rights in China. (Boston Globe, 3/8/2004) Read More...


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Ties That Bind
Shallow links based on trade have given way to deeper ties between the U.S. and China, characterized by rising U.S. foreign direct investment and sales by U.S. foreign affiliates in China. By Joseph P... Read More...


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Dire Strait: The Risks On Taiwan
Discusses Taiwan's presidential race and the ramifications for the U.S. and Chinese relations. By Kenneth Lieberthal. (Washington Post, 1/8/2003) Read More...


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Dreams of the Eurasian Heartland: The Reemergence of Geopolitics
An old political theory, "Eurasianism" is fast gaining converts in Russia's corridors of power. Its vision of a new Russian-Asian alliance could start World War III. By Charles Clover. (Foreign Affair... Read More...


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Limited Engagement
America's China policy has drifted for more than a decade, bereft of both goals and domestic support. The United States must move beyond the mantra of engagement. By Bates Gill. (Foreign Affairs, 7/1/... Read More...


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The (Ab)normalization of U.S.-Chinese Relations
Essay on history of U.S. - Chinese Relations. By Patrick Tyler. (Foreign Affairs, 11/1/1999, $) Read More...


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The Tiananmen Papers
(The massive student protests, which filled Beijing's Tiananmen Square and other public places in cities throughout China, were meant to push the country's authoritarian rulers toward political reform... Read More...


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China: The Forgotten Nuclear Power
Washington is leaving a crucial piece out of the nuclear puzzle. It will be China, not Russia or any rogue, whose nuclear policy will concern America most in the years ahead. Before rushing to deploy ... Read More...


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Blame Taiwan
The fundamentals of the de facto U.S.-Taiwan alliance are still intact. Of course, if Chen Shui-bian persists in jeopardizing vital U.S. interests for personal political gain, they may not hold. Mr. ... Read More...


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A House United
Americans often think China's leadership is split between hard-liners and moderates. It is not. The sooner Washington understands that Beijing is unified, the better. By Paul Heer. (Foreign Affairs, 7... Read More...


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U.S. Foreign Policy Interests and Human Rights in Central Asia
(Heritage Foundation, 7/18/2001) Read More...


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Beyond Ping-Pong Diplomacy: China and Human Rights
(World Policy Journal, 12/1/2000) Read More...


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Human Rights in China
(Brookings Institute, 6/1/1999) Read More...


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China's "War on Terror": 9/11 and Uighur Seperatism
(Foreign Affairs, 7/1/2002) Read More...


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BBC In Depth: Clinton in China
President Bill Clinton's nine-day visit to China was half politics, half PR. The White House believes the visit has put US-Sino relations on a more positive and productive footing. BBC News online pro... Read More...


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Evolving U.S.-China Military Ties with China and Taiwan.
A discussion with the Honorable Kurt Campbell  (Nixon Center, 1/30/2003) Read More...


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The Making of Chinese Foreign and Security Policy:  Implications for the United States
A Panel Discussion with Bates Gill, Lu Ning, and Margaret Pearson (Nixon Center, 3/14/2001) Read More...


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U.S. Security Policy in Asia: Implications for China-U.S. Relations
(Brookings Institute, 9/1/2000) Read More...


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BBC In Depth: China - 50 Years of Communism
To mark 50 years of communist rule in China, BBC News Online's special coverage looks back at the birth of the People's Republic and takes stock of what the future might hold for its people. (10/6/199... Read More...


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BBC In Depth: U.S.-China Tension
News and analysis on U.S.-China relations, particularly as a result from spy plane downing. (1/6/2003) Read More...


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BBC In Depth: China Changes Leadership
News and analysis of new leadership in China. (6/11/2003) Read More...


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The Middle Kingdom Runs Dry: Tax Evasion in China
Thanks to a woefully corrupt and inefficient tax system, Beijing is going broke. China must fix its tax problems fast, before globalization speeds it into bankruptcy. By William Gamble. (Foreign Affai... Read More...


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The Real Fallout From China's Chernobyl
(Belfer Center, 5/27/2003) Read More...


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The Sixteenth Party Congress and China's Succession
(Heritage Foundation, 10/3/2002) Read More...


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U.S.-China Relations in Post-September 11th World?
(Nixon Center, 9/18/2002) Read More...


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Assessing the US-China Summit and Bilateral Ties.
A Discussion with Ambassadors James Lilley and Winston Lord. (Nixon Center, 11/8/2002) Read More...


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Best Fixes for U.S.-China Ties
(Nixon Center, 4/23/2001) Read More...


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Can China's Tolerance Last?
(Arms Control Association, 1/1/2002) Read More...


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China and America--The Way We Live Now
(World Policy Journal, 9/1/1999) Read More...


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China and the Asian Contagion
So far China has avoided Southeast Asia's financial crisis, but it shares many of the underlying weaknesses that brought on the panic. By Nicholas R. Lardy. (Foreign Affairs, 7/1/1998, $) Read More...


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