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Domestic and Global Shocks of the Growing Water Crisis in China

Domestic and Global Shocks of the Growing Water Crisis in China

China is plagued by a growing water security crisis and its current solutions are far from sufficient. Similar matters have already had global implications.

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China’s Courtship of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner Should Raise Eyebrows

China’s Courtship of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner Should Raise Eyebrows

Beijing has invited Ivanka and Jared Kushner to visit China later this year for the purpose of cultivating ties between China and the Trump administration.

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Trump-Kushner China Dealings Raise Conflict of Interest Concerns

Trump-Kushner China Dealings Raise Conflict of Interest Concerns

Russia is not Trump's only foreign conflict of interest. The President, his daughter Ivanka, and son in-law Jared Kushner also have a growing China problem.

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China Rages as Hong Kong Democracy Figures Speak to U.S. Commission

China Rages as Hong Kong Democracy Figures Speak to U.S. Commission

On May 3, prominent Hong Kong democracy figures gave testimony at a hearing with the U.S. Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) in Washington.

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With Its Second Aircraft Carrier, China Extends its Global Reach

With Its Second Aircraft Carrier, China Extends its Global Reach

By expanding its land reclamation activities in the South China Sea and growing the PLA’s global clout, China is reinforcing its influence in the Asia-Pacific.

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Britain to Import School Textbooks from Chinese Communist Party Publisher

Britain to Import School Textbooks from Chinese Communist Party Publisher

Britain will import Chinese math textbooks and Chinese teaching methods for schools throughout the country. The decision was lauded in Shanghai as a "delightful" soft-power boost for China.

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Paul Manafort Advising Chinese Billionaire on U.S. Infrastructure Projects

Paul Manafort Advising Chinese Billionaire on U.S. Infrastructure Projects

Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort, under investigation for his Russian ties and money laundering, will advise Chinese billionaire Yan Jiehe on gaining access to lucrative infrastructure projects in the U.S.

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China Attempts to Censor Western Universities

China Attempts to Censor Western Universities

A University of California-San Diego Chinese students' organization attempted to censor a graduation speech by exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama.

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China Tightens Censorship As Trump Takes Office

China Tightens Censorship As Trump Takes Office

News outlets in China were ordered to "downplay" the U.S. inauguration, and to publish only reports from central state media.

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Pro-China Groups Protest Taiwan President’s U.S. Visit

Pro-China Groups Protest Taiwan President’s U.S. Visit

The protest received little attention in the U.S. but was widely reported in China as evidence of "overseas Chinese" support for Beijing's "one-China" policy.

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Beijing’s ‘One-China Policy’ is an Authoritarian Absurdity

Beijing’s ‘One-China Policy’ is an Authoritarian Absurdity

Let's get real: Taiwan has never been a part of the People's Republic of China. Nor do most of its citizens have any interest in being part of the PRC.

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Chinese Censorship Comes to Miss World Pageant

Chinese Censorship Comes to Miss World Pageant

Lin was banned from participating in the 2015 pageant held in China and has now been barred from speaking on human rights at this year's contest in the U.S.

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Welcoming Neighbors and Cleaning its House: China’s Interesting Week

Welcoming Neighbors and Cleaning its House: China’s Interesting Week

The visit of President Duterte could signal a shift in regional alliances. And the Communist Party is showing its commitment to cracking down on corruption.

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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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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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