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

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China’s Ethnic Fault Lines
In the wake of recent ethnic riots, China's hope for a “harmonious” society is under threat from cultural and linguistic divisions that are deeply rooted in her historical past. By Dru C. Gladney (Wa... Read More...


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U.S.-China Relations: The Case for Economic Liberalism
Patience and reasonable expectations on the part of the US are important to maintaining healthy political relations and ensure the best outcome economically for both nations. By James A. Dorn (CATO In... Read More...


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China's Stock Market: A Marriage of Capitalism and Socialism.
An investigation of the growth of China's stock market despite a number of institutions commonly considered to adversely affect market growth. (Cato Institute, Fall 2006) Read More...


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China's Other Massacre
Why Tiananmen is not the massacre the Chinese care most about, by Michelle Tsai. (Foreign Policy, June 2009). Read More...


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China’s Final Frontier
The remote, rebellious western provinces of Tibet and Xinjiang are China’s poorest, but they hold vast natural wealth which Beijing is determined to control. By Parag Khanna (Prospect, June 2009) Read More...


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Will China Save the World from Depression?
China's stimulus package is not likely to bail out either the Chinese peasants or the global economy, says Walden Bello. (Foreign Policy In Focus, 05/19/2009) Read More...


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China at the Wheel of the World: Sissy or Superpower?
Author analyses the factors driving China's cautious approach to global leadership. By Thomas Barnett (Esquire, 05/01/2009) Read More...


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TIBET: A Case for Quiet Diplomacy
The record of the Dalai Lama’s talks with Jawaharlal Nehru when they first met after he left Tibet yields conclusions that are still relevant. (Frontline, 04/24/2009) Read More...


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Is China Having It Both Ways?
In calling for the creation of a new global reserve currency, China is seeking to preserve the benefits and avoid the costs of its mercantilist economic policy. By Arvind Subramanian (Wall Street Jou... Read More...


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Is China the New America?
The Great Depression made the United States the world's unquestioned financial leader. The current crisis can do the same for China. By Harold James. (Foreign Policy, March 2009) Read More...


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Center Stage for the Twenty-first Century: Power Plays in the Indian Ocean
Robert Kaplan analyzes the increasing geostrategic significance of the Indian Ocean, with a special emphasis on an ascendant China. (Foreign Affairs, March/April 2009) Read More...


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Pakistan's All-Weather Friend
China offers investment, aid and expressions of brotherly love to its neighbor and Cold War-era ally. By Shahan Mufti. (Global Post, 02/18/2009) Read More...


A Sold State
A Sold State
Author analyzes theory to practice regarding the selling of states to foreign investment in respect to China and Zambia. By Darlington Chisenga. (10/12/2008) Read More...


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People’s Republic of China: The Olympics countdown – broken promises
This Amnesty International report provides a final summary and updates developments in Human Rights in China preceding the Olympics. (Amnesty International, 07/29/2008) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Rana Mitter
IA-Forum Interview: Rana Mitter
IA-Forum speaks with Dr. Rana Mitter, lecturer in modern Chinese history and politics at Oxford University, about the relationship between war and nationalism in China. By Jason Miks (08/11/2008) Read More...


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China as Host Country: Drawing the Lines on Political Protest at the Games
China is doing everything they can to make sure these Olympics run without incident - Including restricting, detaining and silencing any form of dissent. (NPR, 08/07/2008) Read More...


Russia and China: The New Axis of Evil?
Russia and China: The New Axis of Evil?
Authors discuss the possibility that Russia and China now constitute the 'Axis of Evil'. By Ryan Barnes & Steinar Dyrnes. (08/04/2008) Read More...


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Olympic Gamesmanship
China is changing, in many ways for the better, and further change in the right direction is not likely to result from a policy of isolating or sanctioning China, writes Richard Haass. (Project Syndic... Read More...


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The return of Mr Nyet
The Economist reports that Russia appears ready to use its veto more often on the UN Security Council, prompting fears of a diplomatic logjam. (Economist, 07/17/2008) Read More...


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Melting Asia
China and India are increasingly keen to be seen to be tackling climate change; though it is dirtier, China is making a more convincing show of action. (The Economist, 06/05/2008) Read More...


Politics and the Olympics?  Uneasy bedfellows…
Politics and the Olympics? Uneasy bedfellows…
In the runup to the Olympics in Beijing, the author examines the effectiveness of protests and boycotts to achieve change in a host country. By Runa Reta. (06/01/2008) Read More...


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Reason Lost in Angry Voices on Tibet
The author discusses the difficulty in understanding the Tibet situation due to the hysterical nature of much of the media surrounding it. (Asia Sentinel, 04/15/2008) Read More...


The Beijing Olympics: Perfect Storm of Hope for Darfur?
The Beijing Olympics: Perfect Storm of Hope for Darfur?
The political pressure is on China and its Tibet policy. But that pressure might more effectively and efficiently used for change in Darfur. By George A. Pieler and Jens F. Laurson (IA-Forum, 03/22/20... Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Professor Donald S. Lopez
IA-Forum Interview: Professor Donald S. Lopez
IA-Forum speaks with Professor Donald S. Lopez, the Arthur E. Link Distinguished University Professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, about the current riots in Tibet. By Marina Litvinsky (IA-Forum,... Read More...


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China’s Black Gold and Global Warming
The author discusses how the extensive use of coal has dangerous implications for the environment. While presenting several more environmentally friendly solutions, the author argues that these are u... Read More...


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China considers spelling out own greenhouse gas goals
China will hold down per-capita volumes of greenhouse gases causing global warming and is studying how to spell out domestic emissions goals seeking to stress cooperation on the issue. By Chris Buckle... Read More...


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China's Rise and the Taiwan Challenge
The authors discuss the rising influence of China and the increased push for full independence in Taiwan. In doing so, they highlight the importance of an extensive and calculated American policy vis ... Read More...


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India, China under pressure at G8
India and China are coming under increasing pressure to sign up to a mandatory limit on greenhouse gas emissions at the G8 summit in Germany. By Sanjoy Majumder (BBC News, 6/6/07) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Prof. Wu Xinbo
IA-Forum Interview: Prof. Wu Xinbo
International Affairs Forum speaks with Professor Wu Xinbo about issues regarding China and Asia. By Stefan Daniels. (IA-Forum, 03/23/2007) Read More...


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The Chinese Are Coming!
Reaction to the Chinese National People’s Congress recently passed bill on personal property rights. By Richard Neil Lorenc. (03/17/2007) Read More...


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