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10 Questions for Jon Huntsman

As U.S and Chinese leaders began their two-day summit in California last Friday, Obama’s former ambassador to China Jon Huntsman spoke about U.S-China relations with John Harwood at The New York Times. Q. Grade President...

The Path to Legal Reform Without Revolution

At China Real Time Report, Berkeley law professor Stanley Lubman reviews In the Name of Justice: Striving for the Rule of Law in China by legal scholar He Weifang. The book contains articles and lectures on judicial...

How Will Romney Respond to a Rising China?

From the campaign trail, Mitt Romney took some time to talk China. In a Wall Street Journal op-ed, Romney criticizes China’s political model, bashes President Obama for his policies in the Asia Pacific, and lays out his...

Huntsman Ends Presidential Bid

With Asia waking up Monday to news that Jon Huntsman would drop out of the Republican presidential race and endorse Mitt Romney, The New Yorker’s Evan Osnos closes the book on the campaign of the former U.S. ambassador to...

Huntsman’s Running Mate: China

On the campaign trail in New Hampshire, The New York Times notes a growing curiosity with Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman’s Chinese language skills and his experience as America’s ambassador to...

Will the Internet Generation "Take China Down"?

As a colourful Republican field vies for the chance to take on Obama in next year’s presidential election, the China issue has been a focal point of debate. Most candidates have competed to adopt a harder line than their...

China Bashing on the Campaign Trail

With former ambassador Jon Huntsman berating his fellow Republicans this week for their “anti-China pandering”, Businessweek’s Joshua Green examines a long history of presidential candidates talking tough on...

China Takes Center Stage in U.S. Election Dialogue

With next year’s U.S. presidential race already in full swing, Republican hopefuls have much to dispute but one clear point of agreement: China. The Wall Street Journal analyzes the latest aggressive criticism from U.S....

Eyeing the White House After Service in China

Now that Jon Huntsman is back in the U.S. and possibly preparing for a presidential run, the New York Times assesses his tenure as U.S. Ambassador in Beijing: The ambassador, who was to leave his post on Saturday, has proved...

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