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Feb 9, 2010

When will China emerge as a military threat to the U.S.? In most respects the answer is: not anytime soon—China doesn’t even contemplate a time it might challenge America directly. But one significant threat already exists: cyberwar.

Feb 8, 2010

It is almost two months now since the Copenhagen climate change conference but one incident from the meeting is still causing a buzz in Beijing. It was the moment in one of the tense final sessions when, according to witness accounts, a Chinese official started to jab his finger at Barack Obama, the US president.

Feb 1, 2010

The We the People pamphlet is a principle driven plan for the Republican Party.  Chairman McCotter has used his position as leader of the Republican House Policy Committee to address the threat communist China poses to liberty around the world.

Jan 29, 2010

When former Czech President Vaclav Havel knocked on the door of the Chinese Embassy in Prague to demand the release of the writer Liu Xiaobo, I had an eerie sense of deja vu.

Jan 28, 2010

On Tuesday, Beijing reopened the thorny and controversial talks with envoys of the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan god-king

Jan 28, 2010

China's economic growth has been accompanied by growing misinformation about its economy. Contrary to conventional wisdom, China is not leading the world out of a recession, is no longer moving toward a market economy, is not America's banker, and may never surpass the U.S. Heritage Foundation Asia expert Derek Scissors debunks 10 leading myths about the Chinese economy and replaces them with the accurate picture necessary to guide American policy.

Jan 27, 2010

 In recent months, there has been considerable focus----rightly so--- on Chinese cyber snooping and disruption.

Jan 25, 2010

Regardless of the data reported by the PRC, the Chinese economy is headed for a rough patch, this time domestic in origin.

Jan 22, 2010

The Hu Jintao administration has significantly tightened policy over Tibet in an apparent attempt to ensure the proverbial "long reign and perennial stability" of Chinese Communist Party's in the restive region. Hardline cadres are being appointed to run the region.

Jan 21, 2010

China has signalled a change of approach to the Google crisis, with state media describing the company’s threat to pull out of the country as a political conspiracy by the US government.

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