March 19, 2012

China's Path to Reform

Martin Jacques, The Guardian

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The west presumes there is little discussion and argument in Beijing over policy. This is wrong.

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March 13, 2012
Why China Wants an Economic Slowdown
Damien Ma, The Atlantic
As China's annual National People's Congress draws to a close, its most substantive portions came from Wen Jiabao's work report, a sort of Chinese version of the "state of the union." It set the tenor for economic objectives in... more ››
March 13, 2012
Putin's Grand Plan for Asia
Richard Weitz, The Diplomat
Worried Russia will be marginalized by China, expect Vladimir Putin to push his Eurasian Union vision -- and perhaps spring a surprise over Pakistan. more ››
March 14, 2012
China Has a Libya Problem
Steven Sotloff, The Diplomat
The Arab Spring hasn’t been kind to China – it has drawn significant international criticism for its decision to veto U.N. Security Council resolutions censuring Syria’s brutal crackdown on peaceful protesters demanding... more ››
March 14, 2012
What Worries China's Grandpa Wen
WEN JIABAO still has a year left in his ten-year term as prime minister, in which to put the final touches on his legacy. But on Wednesday he performed for the final time one of the job’s most high-profile tasks—the... more ››