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

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for the Asia/Pacific/East/Pacific/China Region

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How can the Taiwanese trust Beijing?
In the face of China's aggressive pushing of their anti-secession law, many are finding it difficult to believe that Beijing is sincere about improving its relationship with Taiwan. (Taipei Times, 2/0... Read More...

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US House lambasts EU on China arms
The US House of Representatives voiced its opposition against the EU's intention of lifting the arms embargo on China, finally solidifying their opinion in a resolution on Wednsday. (Charles Snyder, T... Read More...

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Is politics losing ground in China?
The writer examines how well China's government has been able to curb dissent among its citizens, and explores the possible repercussions these methods might have in the future. (Sushil Seth, Taipei T... Read More...

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EU-China arms ban remains, for now
The writer examines the various stances those inside (and outside) the EU have taken on the arms ban against China, and analyzes the possible outcomes as such. (Axel Berkofsky, Asia Times Online, 2/3/... Read More...

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China's stoking the fire
The writer harshly criticizes China's attitude towards Japan, Taiwan, and its own citizens, and describes China as working against itself. (Marc Plumb, Taipei Times, 2/3/05) Read More...

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China sends invite to Caribbean forum to Taiwan's allies
Taiwan feeling pressure from China's booming economy. (Melody Chen, Taipei Times, 2/2/05) Read More...

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Taiwan President Chen invites China's top Taiwan envoy for visit.
President Chen urging both sides to 'create a new horizon for cross-strait peaceful developments'. (Channel NewsAsia, 2/02/05) Read More...

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China lives down to expectations
The writer describes China's attitude toward Taiwan as counterproductive to any sort of peaceful resolution to the cross-strait tensions, and what China should be doing. (Bruce Jacobs, Taipei Times, 2... Read More...

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Bush's freedom speech and Taiwan
The writer analyzes Bush's second inaugural speech, attempting to see what it might mean for the US's policy regarding China and Taiwan. (Li Thian-hok, Taipei Times, 1/31/05) Read More...

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Open the window of opportunity
An editorial analyzing the situation between China and Taiwan- and seeing hope for a peaceful resolution of the cross-strait issue. (Taipei Times, 1/29/05) Read More...

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US Policy an obstacle for Taiwan
The writer claims that this is one of many issues that is putting Taiwan in a more and more precarious position between the US and China. (Lin Cheng-yi, Taipei Times, 1/27/05) Read More...

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China says anti-secession law for peaceful resolutions
Chinese officials defend the anti-secession law, attempting to persuade both Taiwan and the international community that it is meant for 'peaceful means'. (The China Post, 1/26/05) Read More...

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Taiwan urges U.S. to speak against China anti-secession law
Taiwan's top official for China-Taiwan affairs claims that if the U.S. does not make their opposition to China's anti-secession law public, it may be too late. (Carol Giacomo, Reuters News Report, 1/2... Read More...

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Taiwan-China relations progress at glacial pace
The writer describes the Lunar New Year agreement between China and Taiwan, while slow, as being good progress nonetheless. (Laurence Eyton, Asia Times Online, 1/21/05) Read More...

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Taking Taiwan
The writer examines what America's response might be if China makes good on its threat to invade Taiwan by force. (New Hampshire Keene Sentinel, 1/21/05) Read More...

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China seen shifting warfare strategy
China is altering its military strategy against Taiwan to "acupuncture warfare"- specifically designed to deter America and paralyze Taiwan. (Wang Chung-Ming, Taiwan News Online, 1/20/05) Read More...

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Taiwan needs advanced weapons, strategist says
The former vice-minister of National Defense justifies Taiwan's purchase of arms from the US, citing China as the reason. (Rich Chang, Taipei Times, 1/20/05) Read More...

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How US wants to Deliver Freedom (Democracy) to the World
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Clash of the Titans
Is China more interested in money than missiles? Will Japan's decline embolden China to assert itself as a regional hegemon? Will the United States seek to contain China as it once contained the Sovie... Read More...

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Building Communist Party of China into a Ruling Party with Great Concentration of Best Talent
The editorial titled "Further Creating A New Situation for Talent Work" is confident that all the best talents will come together and help to make the Party into a "ruling party with a great concentra... Read More...

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Meeting Highlights
The writer applauds China's policymakers for their sensible and timely decision to adopt "prudent fiscal policies". By Yan Xizao. (China Daily, 12/6/2004) Read More...

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Unhelpful China
It is time to recognize new strategic realities and to approach China with the same iconoclastic spirit shown elsewhere. By Dan Blumenthal. (Washington Post, 12/6/2004) Read More...

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Russia and India Strategic Partners
Article discusses the recent declaration of Russia and India that pledge to have bilateral agreements on "all sides." (Novosti, 12/3/04) Read More...

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China's Trade Environment as Poor
Article discusses the effects of anti-dumping laws in China, and the serious repercussions it is creating on their economy. (People's Daily Online, 12/3/04) Read More...

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Textile Jobs: Goodbye US, Hello China
Discusses the history of China's textiles production, and the impact it has on US manufacturers. By Stella M. Hopkins (Charlotte Observor, 11/21/04) Read More...

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Will China's Growth Sustain 30 More Years?
Author believes China's future growth will hinge on two factors: China's ability to sustain its high private deposits amid labor force changes and its ability to transition productivity to be the main... Read More...

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Latin America's Chinese puzzle
The potential for profit in forging commercial ties with China has left some in the Caribbean and Central and South America positively giddy. But nothing is guaranteed. (The Miami Herald, 11/13/2004) Read More...

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Chinese officials focus on trade
The president of China and other high-ranking Chinese officials began a tour of Latin America in Brazil intending to enhance trade for the booming nation of 1.3 billion people. (The Miami Herald, 11/1... Read More...

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Finding a Better Growth Model
According to the author, China's economic structure is unbalanced, as indicated by a large investment to consumption ratio. Although the investment-led development model kick-started China's economic ... Read More...

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US Trouser Quota Against WTO Principles
Discusses China's feelings after learning about the United States' new textile quotas. China warns of its repercussions. By Dai Yan (ChinaDaily.com, 10/31/04) Read More...

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