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The “Oh How did we go wrong?” Question

However Did Our China Crystal Balls Fail Us? I have been noticing some people asking the question “How did we get China wrong?” My thinking is that engagement by western people and western government with Chinese people has been very … Continue reading

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Xue Li of CASS: Xi Jinping’s Foreign Policy Takes Shape

Xi Jinping’s Foreign Policy Takes Shape January 9, 2015 from China Net http://opinion.china.com.cn/opinion_24_119024.html China is already the Number Two great power and is hoping to become Number One.  Issues for China in great power diplomacy under these circumstances have become … Continue reading

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CASS Scholar Xue Li: The Foreign Affairs Risks for China of “The Silk Road Economic Belt” and “The 21st-century Maritime Silk Road”

This article from the often very intriguing Chinese-language Financial Times website by Chinese scholar Xue Li of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences discusses the problems China could face in implementing the big foreign investment and development plans of President … Continue reading

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Why Did China’s Diplomatic Strategy Change?

Good article from the Chinese Financial Times website by Li Jiang, a Chinese graduate of the Department of International Studies at King’s College London, on why Chinese diplomatic strategy has changed.  This may be a bit too dark about China’s … Continue reading

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