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Reese Erlich

For the past year, the U.S. has escalated economic warfare with grudging acceptance by high-level Democrats and Republicans. Read more

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Iris Ton

China and Hong Kong will be struggling for many years to determine exactly what “one country, two systems” really means. Read more

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Bandari Lei

At the height of the protests more than one million students and workers occupied the square. Ultimately, the government declared martial law and brought in troops and tanks. Read more

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H.L.I.T.

The President’s get-tough stance on China resonates with working people’s frustrations about trade “deals” that leave ordinary Americans scrambling. Democrats ignore that at their peril. Read more

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Trump promises to increase soy exports to China—but if the deal goes through, only corporate interests will benefit. Read more

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There is a battle brewing among countries seeking influence in Central America, and China is leading the way. Its goals include gaining political influence, and severing the region’s diplomatic relations with Taiwan. Read more

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Reese Erlich

Along the way in its relationship with the United States, China has made decisions that put it in a stronger position than the typical developing country. Read more

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Diplomacy has worked to defuse the nuclear conflict in Iran. It can work in North Korea as well. The world cannot risk a nuclear confrontation. Read more

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On this 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, the remnants of the pro-democracy movement in China are hard to find. What began as a peaceful demonstration at Tiananmen Square in Beijing ended in a bloody massacre of students and c... Read more

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I will have more to say about tonight's 60 Minutes debacle. But for now, let me make three points. Read more

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China won't be able to solve its environmental crisis until it respects human rights. Read more

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Edward Snowden may have to count on the people of Hong Kong to save him from being extradited to the United States.Hong Kong occupies a unique place when it comes to human rights. Under the "one country, two systems" model by which China governs ... Read more

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A heart-wrenching saga continues to unfold in Tibet."Two Tibetan teenagers died after they set fire to themselves in protest at Chinese rule, reports and Western rights groups said, in a rare instance of a double self-immolation in the restive re... Read more

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To ensure that the Tibetans aren’t further alienated and radicalized, the Chinese regime needs to meaningfully negotiate. Read more

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China wrongly believes it can maintain control by manipulating the succession to the Dalai Lama’s post. Read more

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Put on a happy face. George has left the country. Read more

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With China's crackdown in Tibet, the Beijing Olympics have been irrevocably tarnished, notwithstanding George Bush’s decision to still participate. Bad timing, you guys at Party headquarters in Beijing. Read more

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The United States spends more than 10 times on its military than China does. And yet we have a Pentagon functionary complaining deadpan about its military intent. Read more

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Whose bright idea was it to award the event to Beijing? A leading member of the fascist Franco regime. Read more

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