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Trump, Taiwan and Tweets: The Future of U.S.-China Relations

Trump, Taiwan and Tweets: The Future of U.S.-China Relations

China’s leadership is surely fretting over the long-term consequences of a Trump presidency on Sino-U.S. ties and cross-Strait relations.

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A Preview of Trump’s Foreign Policy Towards China

A Preview of Trump’s Foreign Policy Towards China

Trump will have to navigate the labyrinthian US foreign affairs field. As a diplomacy amateur, Trump’s strategy may cause uncertainty to US-Sino relations.

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Who Will Lead on Climate in the Age of Trump?

Who Will Lead on Climate in the Age of Trump?

Last year, the world celebrated the Paris climate deal. Less than a year later, elation has turned into depression. Who will assume leadership now?

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The Alarming Dependency of Downstream Mekong River Countries

The Alarming Dependency of Downstream Mekong River Countries

In downstream Vietnam, experts claim as much as 50% of the 2.2 million hectares of arable land in the delta had been hit by salinization due to the drought.

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Singapore vs. Global Times: Analysis of Two Logics

Singapore vs. Global Times: Analysis of Two Logics

A dispute between the Singaporean Ambassador to China and the chief editor of Global Times broke out recently. The incident spoke volumes on the two countries’ thinking and logic.

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The Neglected G20: Understanding China’s “Hangzhou Model”

The Neglected G20: Understanding China’s “Hangzhou Model”

The G20 Hangzhou Summit was a glitzy event for China’s diplomacy. Considered a success by Chinese media, the Summit received little international coverage.

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Will Duterte Dump the U.S. and Dance with China?

Will Duterte Dump the U.S. and Dance with China?

Under the U.S. Foreign Military Financing program, the Philippines is currently the largest recipient of U.S. funds in the Asia-Pacific region.

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China Long March Event Met with Protest in California

China Long March Event Met with Protest in California

The event was not cancelled, thanks to the First Amendment right of free expression which does not exist in China under Communist Party rule.

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China should Recalibrate its Policies towards North Korea

China should Recalibrate its Policies towards North Korea

China can no longer be patient with its rambunctious neighbor. A number of Chinese experts have recently recognized that Kim Jong-un is a worn-out nuisance.

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Chinese Propaganda Comes to Southern California

Chinese Propaganda Comes to Southern California

On October 8, a performance commemorating the anniversary of the Long March of the Red Army of the Communist Party of China will be presented in San Gabriel, CA.

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San Francisco Politicians Pander to China on National Day

San Francisco Politicians Pander to China on National Day

Question: When was the last time the mayor of a major Chinese city attended an American Independence Day celebration or raised an American flag over the city hall? Answer: Never.

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Wu Jianmin’s Rational Diplomacy

Wu Jianmin’s Rational Diplomacy

On June 18th, former Chinese Ambassador to France Wu Jianmin died in a car accident. Without him, some expect hawkish views to become dominant in Beijing.

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Marc Chandler on China’s Economic Growth Prospects

Marc Chandler on China’s Economic Growth Prospects

In the sixth and final installment of the virtual roundtable, Marc Chandler discusses China’s economic growth prospects in the current transitional period.

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Stephen Roach on U.S.-China Economic Relations

Stephen Roach on U.S.-China Economic Relations

In the fifth installment of the virtual roundtable, Stephen Roach discusses U.S.-China economic relations, as China’s GDP overtakes that of the U.S.

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China Censors Warn against Promotion of “Western Lifestyles” on TV

China Censors Warn against Promotion of “Western Lifestyles” on TV

Wishing to appear strong and confident, China’s rulers only reveal their own weakness and fear through such absurd ideological campaigns.

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