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While China’s new president Xi Jinping has disappointed some who hoped for political reform or human rights improvements, he appears to enjoy
After summarizing a presentation on the popular Chinese view of Beijing’s territorial disputes recently delivered by UWA International
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J.M. Norton at The Diplomat outlines two critical strategies Chinese leaders are using to manage the country: “strike the mountain to shock
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