The Independent's Economics Editor Ben Chu busts nine myths about China to ward off the "...
by Meredith Godwin | Feb 16, 2008
China is believed to be the oldest continuous civilization on earth. Unlike Egypt, its rival claimant to that "honor, it has remained an empire" (Kitissou 2007). In this sense, it could be argued that China is not rising, but...
by Wu Nan | Feb 25, 2007
Via Newsday: President Richard Nixon’s trip to China in 1972 was an iconic event. A brilliant diplomatic stroke, the trip melted decades of deep freeze between two of the world’s great powers and realigned the geopolitical triangle with the Soviet Union. It was a savvy political move, too, clinching Nixon’s image as a foreign policy […]
by Wu Nan | Dec 28, 2006
From Reuters: China’s military modernization will focus on strengthening its navy and air force as it faces security threats from border spats, historical disputes and self-ruled Taiwan, a defense white paper released on Friday said. But China, whose increasing defense spending and military build-up has been a source of friction with the United States, will […]
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