Tag Archives: China

Madam Ministers

The state of female cabinet members around the world.

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Japan: A Polite Nation’s Dark Underbelly

A poor record on human rights hurts democracy in Japan.

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Xi Jinping: Handling the Hong Kong Umbrella Revolution

Umbrella Revolution

A new generation believes it can succeed in something its predecessors could not.

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Can China Innovate Without Freedom of Information?

A desire to stay relevant and powerful may push China towards new information ethics.

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China’s Grudge Match Against Multinationals: Biting the Hand That Fed It

What motivates China’s leaders to go up against Western companies?

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China Loves a Weaker Russia

Why may China want to support Ukraine – even if it means quarrelling with Putin?

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China-South Korea: Misguided Romance in East Asia?

Just how serious is this fledgling romance between Seoul and Beijing?

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China: A Leadership Crisis in the Making?

China needs a new moral compass

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How China Leaves Mental Health Problems Unaddressed

China lacks the manpower and training to handle an epidemic of mental illness.

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China: Radical Transformations – From Middle Kingdom to Global Sea Power

China from Mencius to Mahan – through Marx, Mao and Market Leninism.

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