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Chinese internet users and state media took the comments as a slap at Chinese soldiers who fought alongside North Korean forces during their failed attempt to annex South Korea in the 1950-53 war.
When the Berlin Wall fell 27 years ago, signaling the end of communism as a serious international force, no one cared much
BEIJING -- Western thinkers should support China's effort to continue to build up a political meritocracy with democratic characteristics. What is the alternative?
While China's public pronouncements may at times appear mercurial, they are part of a well-conceived strategy. On one hand
Nearly 20 years after China resumed sovereignty over the former British colony of Hong Kong, the Chinese Communist Party
To a great extent, our efforts toward China will be about managing problems, not solving them. In this most important bilateral relationship in the world, we should deal with China from a position of economic and military strength.
Among Brexit’s biggest losers is China. The UK’s pending departure from the EU will cause China to lose one of its strongest
The romantic gesture is part of a larger loyalty campaign to the country's Communist Party.
A highly significant essay, "A Thousand Yes-Men Cannot Equal One Honest Advisor," appeared recently on the website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, which is in charge of Chinese President Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign. It was signed under the pen name Lei Si and was widely seen as pushback against a range of Xi's recent policies, though elliptically cloaked through recalling tales of emperors and their advisors in China's long past. Read the English version here.
NEW DELHI -- As U.S. President Barack Obama prepares to embark on an historic visit to Cuba, the future of the communist-ruled island is the subject of widespread speculation. Some observers are hoping that the ongoing shift toward capitalism, which has been occurring very gradually under Raúl Castro's direction, will naturally lead Cuba toward democracy. Experience suggests otherwise.