February 10, 2014

What Would Chinese Hegemony Look Like?

Robert Kelly, The Diplomat

The Associated Press

It is certainly not inevitable, but what form would a Sinic Monroe Doctrine take?

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February 4, 2014
China's Mistress-Industrial Complex
Li, Allen & Swanson, The Daily Beast
Spend a Tuesday afternoon in one of the high-end shopping malls in China’s capital city, and you will see for yourself what has China buzzing with gossip—a group of beautiful, young Chinese women with fake eyelashes and... more ››
February 4, 2014
What Is a 'Normal Country' in East Asia?
Zheng Wang, The Diplomat
East Asian countries are each striving to become a “normal country.” In other words, they are unsatisfied with their current status and positions. The meaning of “normal country” may hold different answers for each of... more ››
February 4, 2014
Why It's Dangerous to Say 'We Are All Chinese'
Rachel Lu, Foreign Policy
A starlet discovers the hard way how much Hong Kongers dislike their mainland brethren. more ››
February 4, 2014
U.S. and China Right to Distrust Each Other
Zachary Keck, The Diplomat
Trust is a rare commodity in international politics, and Beijing and Washington are not likely to be an exception. more ››
February 3, 2014
Who Will be the Next China?
Samuel Rines, The National Interest
China posted astounding growth rates both before and after the Great Recession. But now its GDP growth numbers are decelerating, and the days of 10 percent growth are over. Slowing is different than ceasing to contribute,... more ››