Yanzhong Huang argues that in their single-minded pursuit of economic growth, China's leaders have long overlooked public health--which, by some measures, is now worse than under Mao. Despite recent reforms, China's citizens keep getting sicker, threatening the country's health-care system, the economy at large, and even the stability of the regime.
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In their single-minded pursuit of economic growth, China's leaders have long overlooked public health—which, by some measures, is now worse than under Mao.
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Before complaining about China's refusal to buy into the liberal world order, argues Amitai Etzioni, the West should stop moving the goalposts by developing new norms of intervention, such as "the responsibility to protect."
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Is China poised to take over from the United States as the world's leading economy?
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Sure, China's economic growth has been unprecedented, even miraculous. But the country is unlikely to keep up its breakneck pace.
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Henry Kissinger's new book argues that the United States should yield gracefully to China's rise; Aaron Friedberg's gives the opposite advice.
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Should the United States maintain its commitment to Taiwan, or should it consider disengaging in order to accommodate China?
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China, which invests heavily in Iran's energy sector, is the linchpin of the sanctions regime against Iran.
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Over the past two years, China's foreign policy has become more belligerent. But Washington should not wish for a weaker Beijing.
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With China's clout growing, the international community needs to better understand China's strategic thinking.
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Realist international relations theorists usually would predict that the basic pressures of the international system will force the United States and China into conflict.
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As China's economic might expands, Beijing not only wants a greater stake in international organizations but also to remake the rules of the game.
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The Chinese and Indian economies often elicit breathless admiration from commentators. In fact, domestic deficiencies and regional tensions mean that the rise of China and India is hardly assured.
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Although the wary are fretting about China's unprecedented financial might, Beijing's policies -- hoarding foreign currency reserves and sending money abroad -- have so far been better for other countries than for China itself.
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Thanks to the country's favorable location on the map, China's inﬂuence is expanding on land and at sea, from Central Asia to the South China Sea and from the Russian Far East to the Indian Ocean.
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The Chinese-Russian relationship is more opportunistic than strategic, Bobo Lo argues. The United States is stuck watching from the sidelines and may be pushing Moscow further into Beijing's pocket.
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Recent violence in China's western provinces shows that the state's dual policy of migration and development has failed. A political solution for Xinjiang and Tibet, however, could be closer than Beijing may think.
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A heightened bilateral relationship may not be possible for China and the United States, as the two countries have mismatched interests and values.
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Driven by a near obsession with economic growth, Beijing has extended the state's reach into the economy.
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Already the world's preeminent energy and trade interstate seaway, the Indian Ocean will matter even more as India and China enter into a dynamic great-power rivalry in these waters.
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