As Chinese authorities ramp up efforts to create an unprecedented digital police state in...
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At the South China Morning Post, Kristin Huang reports that some Chinese foreign policy experts...
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This week, Amnesty International released its first Refugees Welcome Index, based on a global...
by Josh Rudolph | Nov 20, 2015
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by Sophie Beach | Sep 10, 2015
As more than four million Syrians flee ongoing civil war, the Chinese government has said the U.S....
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 15, 2014
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by Josh Rudolph | Sep 11, 2013
After Syria’s agreement to Russia’s request that the country put its chemical weapons...
by Scott Greene | Jul 1, 2013
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by Natalie Ornell | May 18, 2013
China’s new ambassador to the United States, Cui Tiankai, gave an exclusive interview to Foreign Affairs managing editor Jonathan Tepperman on his vision for China-U.S. relations, touching on topics of cybersecurity and...
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