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Beijing's New Diplomatic Thinking

For decades, China's diplomacy has been shaped by a mindset that include keeping a low profile, nonalignment, laying an incomparable emphasis on the relationship with the United States, and that diplomacy should serve domestic economic development. Such kinds of thinking,…

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Beijing's New Diplomatic Thinking

For decades, China's diplomacy has been shaped by a mindset that include keeping a low profile, nonalignment, laying an incomparable…

China's environmental awakening

In June of 1969, the Cuyahoga River, a feeder to Lake Erie and Cleveland, Ohio’s main waterway, burst into flames.…

Report by Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter on Trip to Beijing, Qingdao, Xian, and Shanghai,…

The primary purpose of this visit to Beijing, Qingdao, Xian, and Shanghai was to enhance understanding between our two countries…

Beijing's New Diplomatic Thinking

For decades, China's diplomacy has been shaped by a mindset that include keeping a low profile, nonalignment, laying an incomparable…

The U.S. should change how they think about building new democracies

Twenty-five years ago, just a few months before the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989, Francis Fukuyama published…

China can best Japan through reforms aimed at improving Beijing’s image at home and abroad

On September 3, the CCP held a high-profile commemoration of the 69th anniversary of the victory of the anti-Japanese war,…

The U.S. should change how they think about building new democracies

Twenty-five years ago, just a few months before the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989, Francis Fukuyama published…

A Tale of Two Chinas

A new survey released this week emphasizes that the biggest divide between Chinese citizens continues to be among rural and…

China's 'Maritime Silk Road'

Xi Jinping is three countries into his four country tour of Central and South Asia. After a stop in Tajikistan…

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China Asks U.S. to End Close-Up Military Surveillance

The United States should halt its “close-in” aerial and naval surveillance of China, a senior Chinese military officer told Susan…

China gives cautious response to Obama's Islamic State call

China responded cautiously on Thursday to a call by U.S. President Barack Obama for a broad coalition to root out…

Why Is China Building Islands in the South China Sea? What Does Beijing Have to…

The BBC has published a multimedia report on the scramble for control over the South China Sea, with a particular…

Harvard: What is hindering China's innovation?

Will China ever become a truly innovative economy? This is a question that bedevils Western observers. From our view, it’s…

A Tale of Two Chinas

A new survey released this week emphasizes that the biggest divide between Chinese citizens continues to be among rural and…

China's environmental awakening

In June of 1969, the Cuyahoga River, a feeder to Lake Erie and Cleveland, Ohio’s main waterway, burst into flames.…

The Fight Against Mooncake Graft Goes Digital

On Aug. 20, U.S. ice cream giant Haagen-Dazs posted an advertisement on its Chinese social media feed letting customers know how easy…

Found in Translation

On July 22, a glossy new Chinese media venture known as the Paper announced its launch to much fanfare. A subset…

US Police Department Uses Chinese Social Media to Reach Residents

ALHAMBRA, CALIFORNIA— A police department in a community near Los Angeles is using an unconventional tool to reach its residents.  It…

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