Tag Archives: China

Global Travel Champion

Which nation spent the most on international tourism in 2013?

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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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Africa’s Electricity Divide

Sub-Saharan Africa has some of the lowest rates of access to electricity in the world.

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Just How Deeply Ingrained is Corruption in China?

China’s anti-corruption fight requires another revolution.

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Anti-Corruption Fight in China: How India Undermines Progress

India has a free press and elections — but even more corruption than China.

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Can China Maintain Social Peace?

China’s young people feel under intense pressure.

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Corruption Campaign in China: What it Means for the World

The arrest of a top official might be the first shot in a battle to root out corruption in China.

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China’s Battle Against Corruption Gets Serious

China’s Xi follows anti-corruption textbook, but still has a way to go.

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Asia: the Challenge to Turn Enmity into Amity

Risks of unresolved territorial conflict threaten peace in Asia.

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11 Reasons the Mekong River Could Spark Asia’s First Water War

China dams the Mekong, threatening other nations’ peace and livelihood

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