October 22, 2012

Behind China's High Abortion Rate

Didi Tatlow, Rendezvous

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Sexual freedom is leading to higher abortions in China.

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October 9, 2012
China Can't Afford to Be Aggressive
Francesco Sisci, Asia Times
Had Britain had a better understanding of the geopolitics of its sphere of influence 30 years ago, it might today still own Hong Kong, while the Falklands would belong to Argentina. Today, China may be making similar errors of... more ››
October 10, 2012
Can China Be a World Leader?
Elizabeth Economy, The Diplomat
Recently I participated in a BBC/Carnegie Endowment debate on the U.S. presidential campaign and policy toward China with the eminent and estimable former U.S. Ambassadors Chas W. Freeman, Jr. and J. Stapleton Roy, and Tsinghua... more ››
October 10, 2012
Japan's Stealth Buildup of Its Coast Guard
Todd Crowell, RealClearWorld
Repeated incursions into Japanese territorial waters, as Tokyo defines them, is putting a severe strain on the Japanese Coast Guard, which is the agency tasked with maintaining Japan’s control over the controversial Senkaku... more ››
October 9, 2012
Chinese Capitalism May Destroy China
James McGregor, Yale Global
  China's phenomenal rise has led many to view the country as an indomitable juggernaut. Why then does Premier Wen Jiabao describe the country's economic model as "unstable, unbalanced, uncoordinated and... more ››
October 9, 2012
The Japanese Set a Trail for the Asian Century
Sydney Morning Herald
A conference being held in Sydney to mark the 50th anniversary of a formal Australian business connection with Japan is an important reminder, in the context of China's rise as a big trading partner, that we have been here before... more ››