Early this year and following several incidents of violence involving Uyghurs—the predominately...
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by Samuel Wade | Apr 3, 2013
Evan Osnos suggests that North Korea’s blustery Soviet-style propaganda has grown hopelessly outdated, and may even end up forcing its hand. Pyongyang should modernize its rhetoric, he argues, as China has. From The New...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 22, 2009
The Telegraph reports on a strongly-worded editorial in the China Daily, which blasts both outgoing President Bush, who it accuses of taking a “wrecking-ball” to world affairs: Its stinging rebuke was in marked...
by Paulina Hartono | Jan 14, 2009
Despite low approval ratings among Americans, President George W. Bush enjoys the favor of many Chinese citizens, according to a report from Barbara Demick of the Los Angeles Times: Contemplating his imminent departure, many...
by Xiao Qiang | Dec 11, 2008
Today I had the honor to be invited to a White House event with President George W. Bush to commemorate Human Rights Day on the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. More than anything else, the meeting...
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