Tag Archives: China

China at the Crossroads

By continuing its economic rebalancing, China could increase the scale of its economy by trillions of dollars.

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How the New AIIB Dwarfs the Asian Development Bank

China is well on its way to building a Sino-centric global financial system.

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Today’s Asia and Europe’s Identity

What exactly is Europe’s identity in this new, globalized world?

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China: Where Young Men Are Looking for Brides

A cultural bias towards male heirs is creating a vast gender divide in China.

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China’s Financial Paradoxes

China’s total debt is now greater than that of the United States, creating uncertainty about its future.

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Keeping China In or Out? Beijing Vs. Washington on TPP

Global economic diplomacy gets more complicated as China plays its cards.

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The Mounting Global Challenges of Rampant Corruption

Only a united front against corruption can bring about its end.

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Obama Abandons Allies on China’s Marshall Plan

The United States is looking increasingly left behind as it defies its closest allies in Asia.

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70 Years of Selective History after the Pacific War

What are the prospects for the next 70?

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9 Facts on China’s Economy Overtaking the United States

For China, the dramatic economic milestone in 2014 represents a return to past glory.

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