February 10, 2012

China's Angry Bulls

Zhang Lijia, The Diplomat

AP Photo

As China's rural and migrant workers become more educated and well-travelled they are growing increasingly aware of their rights. And increasingly willing to stand up for them.

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China's Achilles' Heel: Natural Resources
Minxin Pei, The Diplomat
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February 8, 2012
China's Tangled Web in Year of Dragon
Lianchao Han, RealClearWorld
This week marks the final day the celebration of the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dragon, a lunar calendar event that occurs once every 12 years. Dragon years have deep psychological resonance for the Chinese, as the dragon... more ››
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Europe's Carbon Trade War
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Beijing tells Brussels what it can do with its airline emissions tax. more ››
February 8, 2012
A Post-American World? Not Quite
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