Tag Archives: China

Choked — Delhi’s Pollution Crisis

Unpacking the commonly used term “air pollution,” what it really means and the associated health risks.

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From the American Challenge to the Chinese Challenge?

The unfolding Western effort to paint a picture of a benign America and a malign China is a distortion of the historical truth.

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Illustrations of U.S. interventionism

The West can’t blame China for its aggressive stance and whitewash its own imperialism.

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Trump Must Prepare for Showdown with China

An increasingly assertive China poses the most vexing and far reaching challenges for American prosperity and security.

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Rethinking the Future of Asia: Moving Beyond U.S. Dominance

Asia needs to discover a bridge between multipolarity and multilateralism. India could play an important role as a “bridge power.”

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Can China Slow and Reverse its Carbon Output?

The world’s largest source of CO2 emissions finds slow going in cleaning up energy.

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2016 G20 Summit: Who Needs to Do What?

The need for action is clear, but count on it being “papered over.” Reflections on the G20 Hangzhou Summit.

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How to Deal with China’s Acquisitions

The West should act with more confidence in dealing with China’s foreign direct investments.

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China’s State-Sponsored Cyber Attacks Must Stop

Washington’s politicians must take cybersecurity as seriously as experts and U.S. business do.

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China’s Nuclear Opportunities in Iran

How the nuclear program controversy and deal opened West Asia to Beijing.

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