Top Two Targets of Western Liberal Media Bias: Trump and China
Politics,China
By John F. Copper - 16 Jan 2018

Top Two Targets of Western Liberal Media Bias: Trump and China

Proof can be heard or seen almost daily of Western liberal media bias against US President Donald J Trump and the People’s Republic of China. The two are the foremost targets of the liberal media’s unfairness and ill will like no others.
The 2017 Sino-Canadian Investment Reset
Economy,China

By Tai Wei Lim - 26 Dec 2017

The 2017 Sino-Canadian Investment Reset

Washington Think-Tank Bashing China Again
China

By Mark J. Valencia - 20 Dec 2017

Washington Think-Tank Bashing China Again

Sino-US Relationship from Obama to Trump
Politics,China

Sino-US Relationship from Obama to Trump

Advocates of power transition theory forecast a systemic dilemma that China and the United States will be unlikely to coexist peacefully in the foreseeable future. This raises the question: is the China-US relationship in the darkness before dawn, or is a heavy storm yet to arrive?
By Xiaolin Duan - 19 Dec 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
Joining the Quad: Fear versus Greed
Hotspots,China

Joining the Quad: Fear versus Greed

US pressure, both public and private, is forcing each prospective member as well as other players to face some very tough decisions regarding their future relations with China. To the chagrin of the US, their decisions are neither easy nor clear cut.
Trudeau’s Visit to China: Prospects for China-Canada Trade Relations
Economy,China

Trudeau’s Visit to China: Prospects for China-Canada Trade Relations

Observers had expected a major breakthrough on the front of trade during Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s trip to China in December 2017. Both countries however simply agreed to continue their “exploratory discussions toward a comprehensive trade agreement.”
By Romi Jain - 14 Dec 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
Hong Kong, the Chinese National Anthem and the Basic Law
Politics,China

Hong Kong, the Chinese National Anthem and the Basic Law

The history of the creation and use of the Chinese National Anthem is remarkable. Those who choose to direct scorn at the National Anthem when it is played at certain events in Hong Kong likely have a limited understanding, at best, of its intriguing history.
The Quad and the South China Sea
Hotspots,China

The Quad and the South China Sea

The Trump administration has re-raised the decade-old geopolitical concept of the “Indo-Pacific” region and is proposing and pushing a so-called “Quad,” a potential security arrangement among the four large democracies of India, Australia, Japan, and the US.
How Much Will the South China Sea Remain Critical for China-US Relations?
Hotspots,China

How Much Will the South China Sea Remain Critical for China-US Relations?

Although Chinese President Xi Jinping had mentioned China’s land reclamation activities in the South China Sea in his 19th Party Congress report as a domestic issue that didn’t pertain to external actors, US President Donald Trump did not offer any pushback during his Asia tour.
By Nong Hong - 01 Dec 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
In the Face of China’s Successes, “Haters” Are Grasping at Straws
China

In the Face of China’s Successes, “Haters” Are Grasping at Straws

In the wake of China’s spectacular advances on many fronts, economic, technological, military, diplomatic and others, haters are grasping at straws of hope for its failure. The rising chorus of whistling by the graveyard comes on the heels of Trump’s first visit to Asia.  
A New Warmth in Sino-Vietnam Relations
Politics,China,Southeast Asia

A New Warmth in Sino-Vietnam Relations

On November 9, 2017, Chinese President Xi Jinping published an article “For a New Vista in China-Vietnam Friendship” in the official Vietnamese newspaper Nhan Dan, reflecting Beijing’s burgeoning interest to strengthen its ties with Hanoi by mitigating their differences.
By Amrita Jash - 24 Nov 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
Cross-Strait Relations: Forced Unification is Politically Unwise for China
Politics,China

Cross-Strait Relations: Forced Unification is Politically Unwise for China

As Beijing considers resolving the Taiwan issue via militarized means, Taiwanese opinion, both governmental and public, becomes more polarized among pro-independence, pro-unification, and other related parties.  
By Xiaolin Duan - 13 Nov 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
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