September 24, 2010

Trouble Brewing With Burma? (The Diplomat)

By: Kelley Currie | Project 2049 Senior Fellow Kelley Currie recently wrote a blog post for The Diplomat on the subtleties and challenges in the China-Burma […]
September 15, 2010

China’s Rare Earth Monopoly

Rare earth elements are a key strategic resource for the 21st century. Although the global market is small compared to commodities such as oil or steel, […]
September 9, 2010

Birds of a Feather Flocking to Beijing

This week, China welcomed Burma’s reclusive dictator Than Shwe for a high profile state visit, which included meetings with President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao. Than Shwe […]
August 30, 2010

Zeroing in on China – Africa trade tariffs

China’s burgeoning trade relationship with Africa was boosted by last month’s announcement that a zero-tariff scheme has been expanded tenfold to include 4762 products and commodities from 26 […]
August 13, 2010

ECFA and Beyond

The political whirlwind surrounding the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA) between Taiwan and China left many questions still spinning in the air. Many pundits continue to […]
July 22, 2010

Renewed Violence in Kashmir Provides Window of Opportunity for Militants, Politicians

The deaths of over one dozen young Kashmiri citizens in recent weeks mark a departure from a period of relative calm in the volatile region. The […]
July 20, 2010

Improving Indonesia’s Counterterrorism Efforts

Indonesia has received much credit for significant inroads in eradicating terrorism after the 2002 Bali bombings that left 202 people dead. Since then, Jakarta’s elite counter-terrorism police unit, […]
July 14, 2010

Kaesong Complexities

In the aftermath of the sinking of the ROKS Cheonan, tensions are reigniting between North and South Korea. Amid the freezing of cross-parallel ties, one of the […]
July 12, 2010

China Yingli’s Green Power a Winner at the World Cup

As Spain clinched its first soccer World Cup victory, China’s green power also emerged as a winner on the field in South Africa. For 8 minutes […]
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