Is the one-child policy spoiling China’s children?
Michael Cook | 12 April 2013 |
tags: China, demography, one-child policy
Research confirms all the cliches about "little emperors", the children of parents who were forced to stop at one.
China: hoping for real change
Constance Kong | 19 November 2012 |
tags: China, Communist Party, demography, economic crisis
There has been a changing of the guard at headquarters, but entrenched interests are still well guarded.
Challenges for post-election US foreign policy
George Friedman | 14 November 2012 |
tags: China, Europe, US foreign policy
Following the presidential election, the United States faces a difficult foreign-policy balancing act in a changing world order.
The role model
Constance Kong | 08 November 2012 |
tags: 2012 elections, Barack Obama, China, same-sex marriage
Many Chinese believe that Barack Obama exemplifies the best of the West in culture, compassion and morals.
Books bashing Beijing lose the plot
Constance Kong | 28 August 2012 |
tags: book reviews, China, election 2012
You can't solve America's problems by exaggerating China's.
The shining city on a hill slams its doors
Constance Kong | 07 May 2012 |
tags: Chen Guangcheng, China, human rights
The Obama Administration's treatment of two Chinese dissidents has been shameful.
Barefoot and blind: the power of one
Michael Cook | 02 May 2012 |
tags: Chen Guangcheng, China, one-child policy
A disabled campaigner against China's one-child policy has outwitted the world's most powerful governments.
The state of the world: assessing China’s strategy
George Friedman | 07 March 2012 |
tags: China, foreign policy, Stratfor
China's military might is impressive, but it has some serious limitations weaknesses, as well.
Should China be our model in higher education?
Thomas C. Reeves | 03 January 2012 |
tags: China, higher education
The notion that universities should teach only subjects which are useful and profitable is nonsense.
A crisis of political economy
George Friedman | 10 August 2011 |
The global financial crisis is an economic problem that has triggered a political problem, which in turn is making the economic problem worse.
When a Billion Chinese Jump
Constance Kong | 17 March 2011 |
tags: China, environment
The dark side of China's rapid industrialisation is terrible environmental damage, claims a British journalist.
One Party, two Chinas
Constance Kong | 14 February 2011 |
tags: China, Communist Party
A book by a Western expert fails to grasp the economic and social situation of China, and the power of modern communications to bring about change.
A moral crisis, not a money crisis
Kevin Ryan | 13 December 2010 |
Want to know how to push American kids back to the top of the education ladder? A leading educator has an agenda for teachers and parents.
Taming China’s tantrums
Constance Kong | 23 November 2010 |
tags: China, Nobel Peace Prize
The gunboat diplomacy of the West has been succeeded by the extortion diplomacy of the East.
What one man can do
Liu Xiaobo | 12 October 2010 |
tags: China, human dignity, Liu Xiaobo, Nobel Peace Prize
"Our high regard for dignity is the natural source of our sense of justice," says the latest Nobel Peace Prize laureate.