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Sino-Indian comparisons could be advantageous
Since China and India have similar historic and economic backgrounds of which they have handled in very different ways: there exists a prime opportunity for the two states to study each other and lear... Read More...


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Tariff Hike Helps Keep Textile Trade in Order
China plans to raise export tariffs on 74 textile products next month. The writer views the move as a positive sign that China is determined to restructure its textile industry to prepare for future c... Read More...


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China’s Level of Development Should Not be Overestimated
Looking at per capita GDP and the number of people in absolute poverty, the writer believes China is still a developing country and its level of development should not be overestimated. By Bo Xilai. (... Read More...


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RMB is Not Cause of US Trade Deficit
The author debates the attack of US senators on Chinese currency valuation as the cause of the Sino-US trade deficit. By Chen Jinde. (China Daily, 4/30/2005) Read More...


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The Illusion of 'Managing' China
China’s rising power is not an issue for the future, it is for the present, and a coherent policy must be formulated that acknowledges this reality. By Robert Kagan. (Washington Post, 5/15/2005) Read More...


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The Pirate Kingdom
The author writes that China has become the world's leader in pirating and counterfeiting, with a domestic trade in stolen goods and technologies between $19 and $24 billion annually that does not inc... Read More...


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Brussels Sprouts
Friedman writes that, like an anecdotal story about a child who professes to like brussels sprouts, but not enough to eat them, China and Europe are opposed to nuclear proliferation, but not enough to... Read More...


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Chinese Anti-Japan Protests
Ito attempts to understand the recent Chinese protests against Japan from both the Chinese and Japanese perspectives. By Joi Ito. (Joi.Ito.com, 4/19/2005) Read More...


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Anti-Japan Protests are Grounded in Neofascism
The writer blames the violence and scope of China's civilian anti-Japan protests on the Chinese government's "increasingly fascist orientation." (Chang Hsi-mo, Taipei Times, 4/13/05) Read More...


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Plan Ponders Most Pressing Issues
The writer supports a planned economy even as China shifts towards a market economy. (China Daily, 4/6/2005) Read More...


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Dear EU: What price hypocrisy?
The writer heavily criticizes the EU for considering the repeal of the arms ban against China while snubbing Taiwan's leaders. (Christopher Lingle, 04/07/05, Taipei Times) Read More...


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Opposition visit to Beijing sparks anger among Taiwan leaders
In the wake of China's anti-secession law, the Nationalist Party's visit to Bejing is seen as a counterproductive move by some. (Chris Buckley and Keith Bradsher, 3/30/05, New York Times) Read More...


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Chirac still on China's side over arms sales
In a conversation with Chinese President Hu Jintao, the French President says that Paris will continue supporting the lifting of the EU arms ban over China, despite hefty opposition against the move. ... Read More...


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How There Comes 'Chinese Military Threat' Theory
Since February of this year, US military leaders have voiced their concern over the modern Chinese army. In reality, China still lags far behind the US and Japan in military spending, headcount, weapo... Read More...


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China's Law on Taiwan Backfires
China's anti-secession law is hindering the country's image abroad, and the opposite of the desired effect is happening in Taiwan. (Edward Cody, Washington Post, 3/24/05) Read More...


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Tiananmen's Legacy
The debacle with the US over the European Union's plan to lift the arms embargo against China has led to a re-examination of the Tiananmen incident. (Jim Hoagland, Washington Post, 3/24/05) Read More...


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Rice: U.S. Concerned About China Military Build-Up
Secretary of State says this is due to China's rising tensions with Taiwan, which the U.S. has pledged to defend. (Saul Hudson, Reuters, 3/15/05) Read More...


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Taiwan: War bill a big provocation
Taiwan calls China's anti-secession law a "war bill", as it authorizes Beijing to resort to force should Taipei attempt to declare itself independent. (CNN.com, 3/14/05) Read More...


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Editorial: Taiwan must act, but carefully
The writer claims that Taiwan must "keep from being entrapped in the mire of 'one China' rhetoric". (Taipei Times, 3/15/05) Read More...


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The Two Faces of Rising China
The writer explores both of China's desired (and often conflicting) portrayals of itself: on one hand, China attempts to ease itself into accepted international norms, while on the other hand, there i... Read More...


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China's poisoned workers fight back
The huge army of migrant workers that has fuelled China's rapid expansion is beginning to think twice about the personal price they are paying for the Middle Kingdom's economic miracle. By Tony Cheng... Read More...


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China rejects US response to law
Claiming that other countries should recognize China's need to "protect its territorial integrity", Beijing rejected Washington's appeal to reconsider China's anti-secession law, written with Taiwan i... Read More...


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US security review commission blasts anti-secession law
The US-China Economic and Security Review Commission warns that passage of China's anti-secession law will be counter-productive in achieving a peaceful resolution to the Taiwan Strait issue. (Melody ... Read More...


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US up in arms over 'anti-secession' law
Following China's release of a summary of their anti-secession law, which would allow them to attack Taiwan should it move too far toward independence, US officials find themselves shocked and disconc... Read More...


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China to have 800 missiles aimed at Taiwan in 2006: defense minister
Beijing is "prepared to use force to bring the island to heel but only after all other avenues are exhausted". (Defence News, 3/09/05) Read More...


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Anti-secession law threatens democracy activists
The writer discusses the reasons behind the low profile kept by Chinese democracy activists in response to China's anti-secession law, before moving on to analyze the law's effects on such activists. ... Read More...


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It's Chen who is delusional
The writer harshly criticizes Taiwan's President, Chen Shui-bian, and his attempts to pacify China have come far too late to do any good. (Stephen Carter, Taipei Times, 3/09/05) Read More...


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The world that can say 'no'
After China's anti-secession law, the writers claim that the only way to prevent China from escalating its military threat against Taiwan is for the rest of the international community to start saying... Read More...


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Is Europe Taiwan's friend or foe?
The writer examines what kind of an effect the European Union's lifting of the arms ban against China would have, and in the best interests of which countries. (Doug Bandow, Taipei Times, 3/08/05) Read More...


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EU tries to ease standoff with U.S. over China arms
The European Union plans to send a high-level delegation to Washington in an attempt to defuse the situation over the lifting of the arms ban on China. (Adam Entous, Reuters.com, 3/08/05) Read More...


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