US-China Strategic Distrust
US Senate confirmation hearings for President Obama's foreign policy and security team will focus on Middle East issues, not on the "main game" of China, unfortunately.
Understanding the Rise of China -- Martin Jacques
"We can't understand the rise of China using Western concepts" argues Martin Jacques, the author of "When China Rules the World: The Rise of the Middle Kingdom and the End of the Western World".
Thoughts of the Dalai Lama
Before I left Japan, I had the honor of seeing His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. He spoke of globalization, financial crisis, climate change, compassion and warm-heartedness.
The Irascible Mitt Romney on China
For Asia-watchers, no-one could be more exasperating than the irascible Mitt Romney.
Social media in China
Yiran Liu, currently studying at Tokyo's Sophia University, has an interesting article to share with us on the social media in China.
Saving America and China
Frank Li, a Chinese American from Chicago, has written a very important book, entitled "Saving America, Chinese Style". It is a stimulating and fascinating read.
Recalibrating China's social contract
The reform agenda of Chinese President Xi Jinping's new administration is an attempt to rebalance the nation's social contract -- to enable the Communist Party to survive!
Re-shoring - how China is risking its future
Professor Julian Lindley-French has shared with us this fascinating blog post on how China is risking its future.
Pros and cons of shale gas for China
Shale gas in China could become a game changer. Asit Biswas, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, and Julian Kirchherr explore the pros and cons.
Pros and cons of PPPs in water sector
China should be able to structure new
generation of PPPs in the water sector which would be more successful than the existing ones, argue Zhang Yingxin Louisa and Asit Biswas.
Prelude to a water and economic crisis?
Steady deterioration of water bodies is one of the most pressing problems facing the world today, especially in Asia, argue Cecilia Tortajada and Asit K. Biswas.
Obama and Xi, Peace and Prosperity
Barack Obama and Xi Jinping are the right guys to forge a Pax Pacifica, according to Kevin Rudd, the former Australian Prime Minister and Foreign Minister.
New structural economics and development
China's Justin Yifu Lin is development economics' leading contemporary thinker. His “new structural economics” provides an excellent framework for rethinking economic development.
Living, working and doing business in China
China can be an awfully difficult country in which to do business, or even just visit. But Leo Lacey's "Living, Working & Doing Business in China" is the perfect reference to prepare you.
Leo Lacey -- a tribute
Leo Lacey, who recently passed away, saw the prospects of the Asian Century, long before the expression was ever coined.
IMF's Lagarde on Asian Dream
Asia needs to rejuvenate its development strategy to fulfil the Asian dream of lasting growth and shared prosperity, according to IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde.
How powerful is China?
China has the world's 2nd largest economy and has been growing at a 10% rate for over three decades straight. It is also the world's biggest exporter, and has an enormous amount of foreign reserves.
How Not to Do Business in China
Michael Bloomfield, Founder and Executive Director of the Harmony Foundation of Canada, has shared with us his views on how not to do business with China. It is essential reading!
Hong Kong steps onto slippery regulatory slope
Hong Kong's Liu Kin-ming argues that the haven of economic freedom is now stepping onto the slippery regulatory slope.
From China bashing to China embrace
With electioneering "China bashing" now on the back-burner, the US/China economic relationship will become an increasingly important driver of US economic growth.
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