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Social Media: Hotspots: China

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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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China and the Korean Peninsula
(Brookings Institute, 4/1/2003) Read More...


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China and the World
The global community is seeking to encourage China the aspiring global citizen while avoiding appeasement of China the dictator. (Nixon Center / Washington Times, 10/1/1998) Read More...


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China Holds the Key to Unlocking the North Korean Crisis
(Belfer Center, 8/8/2003) Read More...


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China I: The Coming Conflict with America
"Many American policymakers and Sinologists believe that China will inevitably become non-ideological, pragmatic, materialistic, and progressively freer in its culture and politics. Beijing, however, ... Read More...


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China II: Beijing as a Conservative Power
Contends that "There is no "China threat," not because China is a benign giant but because it is too weak to challenge the balance of power. China can damage U.S. interests, but it does not require co... Read More...


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China: Fiscal Policies for Economic Development
Q & A with Xiang Huaicheng, Finance Minister of the People’s Republic of China (Nixon Center, 4/22/2002) Read More...


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China’s Health Calamity: Causes and Consequences.
A Panel Discussion with Bates Gill, Myron Cohen and David M. Lampton   (Nixon Center, 6/4/2003) Read More...


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China’s People’s Liberation Army: Its Future and American Interests
(Nixon Center, 12/1/1998) Read More...


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China's Bid for Permanent Normal Trade Relations
(Nixon Center, 5/5/2000) Read More...


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China's Big Mac Attack
"Global capitalism pushes one way, and local consumers push right back. Herewith, a parable of globalization." By James L. Watson. (Foreign Affairs, 5/1/2000, $) Read More...


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China's Changing Security Calculus
(Nixon Center, 1/21/2001) Read More...


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China's Coming Transformation
"Over the past decade, China's leaders have pursued rapid economic reform while stifling political change. The result today is a rigid state that is unable to cope with an increasingly organized, comp... Read More...


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China's Cyber-Strategy
Chinese Communist Party cannot entirely block Internet communication, and the state's previously solid control over information is shifting to the citizens. If a future crisis spurs a challenge to par... Read More...


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China's Drug Problem and Looming HIV Epidemic
(World Policy Journal, 3/1/2001) Read More...


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China's Governance Crisis
Predicting the outcome of China's upcoming leadership succession has become a popular parlor game in certain Washington circles. But a focus on power plays in Beijing misses the real story: China is f... Read More...


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China's HIV Crisis
Once dismissed by Chinese officialdom as a Western problem, the spread of HIV is only now getting serious attention from Beijing. But it may be too late: China already faces a major epidemic. By Bate... Read More...


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China's Opposition to TMD is More About Politics Than Missiles
(Nixon Center, 2/1/2000) Read More...


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China's Techno-Warriors
A review of Evan A. Feigenbaum's "China's Techno-Warriors: National Security and Strategic Competition from the Nuclear to the Information Age" (Belfer Center, 4/7/2003) Read More...


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China's Troubled Workers
"Wall Street financial managers may eye China's economy with pleasure and awe, but the engine of its growth is exploited labor." By Anita Chan and Robert A. Senser. (Foreign Affairs, 3/1/1997, $) Read More...


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China-United States Sustained Dialogue
A Panel Discussion with Dr. Wang Jisi, Maxine Thomas, Hal Saunders, and Dr. Zi Zhongyun (Nixon Center, 3/19/2002) Read More...


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Clean Vehicle Development in China
(Belfer Center, 3/1/2003) Read More...


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Is China Democratizing? Ignorance and Reality
Even with economic reforms in China, Washington should not expect a rapid expansion of democratic participation. ByMinxin Pei. (Foreign Affairs, 1/1/1998, $) Read More...


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Is China's Leadership Adrift?
(Nixon Center, 3/22/2000) Read More...


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Maintaining Stability in Rural China: Challenges and Responses
(Brookings Institute, 5/13/2002) Read More...


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Painting China Green: The Next Sino-American Tussle
China gambled that economic growth would outpace environmental harm. It lost. Fixing the resultant damage may break the stalemate in U.S.-Chinese relations. By Elizabeth Economy. (Foreign Affairs, 3/... Read More...


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Roiling Asia: U.S. Coziness with China Upsets the Neighbors
The Clinton administration's new coziness with China has left India feeling insecure, Taiwan betrayed, and Japan ignored. By Ted Galen Carpenter. (Foreign Affairs, 11/1/1998, $) Read More...


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