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Jiangsu Party School Prof: Looking at the “Belt and Road” Initiative from the Perspective of Global Governance with Chinese Characteristics

I often enjoy reading Chinese people writing for other Chinese people about China’s hopes, dreams, successes and challenges. It gives an internal view of China albeit one constrained by what people are allowed to or can get away with writing. … Continue reading

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Wuhan Diary #32: The 36th Day of the Wuhan City Closure — February 27, 2020

February 27 The 36th Day of the Wuhan City Closure The shipping date for a product I ordered at JD.com on February 12th kept slipping. At first, the estimated delivery date was February 22nd, then a few days later became … Continue reading

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Wuhan Diary #22: The 26th Day of the Wuhan City Closure — February 17, 2020

February 17th The 26th Day of the Wuhan City Closure It has started to warm up. The last few days have been very sunny and Spring seems finally about to arrive. I brought all the flowers and plants that had … Continue reading

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Wuhan Diary #17: The Twenty-First Day of the Wuhan City Closure — February 12, 2020

February 12 The Twenty-first Day of the Wuhan City Closure Wuhan has been closed now for three weeks. If one were to say that for those first two weeks the city was bathed in fright, panic and anger, then you … Continue reading

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Wuhan Diary #16: The Twentieth Day of the Wuhan City Closure — February 11, 2020

February 11 Twentieth Day of the Wuhan City Closure Life seems to have come to a halt yet time continues to slip by. Today I finally saw our community’s epidemic report on our neighborhood WeChat group. Our community has twenty … Continue reading

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Congressional Research Service Reports on China and US – China Relations

Many Congressional Research Service reports are archived on the website of the Federation of American Scientists https://fas.org/sgp/crs/index.html as well as on some other websites. For the latest, check the FAS website at the URL above. For example,  here are reports … Continue reading

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Trans-provincial Bribery? High Officials Help Out Their Old Hometowns 官员偏爱籍贯地的机制研究

Mysterious action at a distance — how is it that the hometowns of high officials have extraordinarily good economic performance when that official is far away and supposedly not in a position to help out? I came across this article … Continue reading

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He Qinglian: Concerns as Taiwan Faces “Red Infiltration”

He Qinglian has a good commentary in the May 28th Dajiyuan (Epoch Times in Chinese) discussing her just-concluded three week speaking tour in Taiwan. A bit of an ad for her recent excellent  book (I’ve been reading it — (full … Continue reading

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Curl Up With A Think Tank Video: US – China Innovation Forum at CSIS April 10, 2019

I attended the US – China Innovation Forum at the Center for Strategic and International Studies on Wednesday April 10 which brought together industry leaders, business consultants and scholars to discuss issues surrounding innovation and US – China trade. I’ll … Continue reading

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Kong Dan: The Chinese Communist Party has Long led the Market Economy; It Needs to Be Good at Controlling capital

[Interesting article, especially the second half.  Lots of boring three thises, the five thats and seven thats in the first half.  Reminds me of what I read in the bad old days.  The numbers never really went away but they … Continue reading

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