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August 6, 2015

Cybersecurity
china opm hack cyber cybersecurity media paper xinhua daily people's Here’s What the Chinese Media Is Saying About a U.S. Response to the OPM Hack

Lincoln Davidson is a research associate for Asia Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. You can follow him on Twitter @dvdsndvdsn.  Last Saturday, the New York Times reported that the Obama a…

June 29, 2012

China
The National Stadium, also known as the 'Bird's Nest', can be seen next to a tower bearing the Olympic rings and a building under construction on a high air pollution day in Beijing on June 6, 2012. China Tries to Breathe Free

After one day in Beijing, I had a sore throat. After two days, I had a cough. In nine days, the sun never made an appearance. So, when I returned to New York from Beijing earlier this week, I wasn’t …

December 13, 2011

Cybersecurity
Can You Hear Me Now? The U.S. Sends China a Message on Cyber Espionage Can You Hear Me Now? The U.S. Sends China a Message on Cyber Espionage

China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin gestures to a journalist during a news conference in Beijing. (David Gray/Courtesy Reuters) First, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence…

April 12, 2012

United States
suleiman 617x462 Middle East Matters This Week: Syria’s Cease-fire, Iran’s Negotiations, and Egypt’s New Presidential Candidate

Significant Middle East Developments Syria. An uneasy UN-brokered ceasefire went into effect at dawn in Syria this morning. Activists report relative quiet throughout the country though Syrian force…

April 29, 2011

China
Locals read Chinese newspapers displayed on a public notice board in central Beijing. China’s Political Reformers Strike Back

Locals read Chinese newspapers displayed on a public notice board in central Beijing. (David Gray/Courtesy Reuters) Over the past year, the world has watched with growing dismay as China’s leaders h…

November 12, 2008

Economic Crises
In China, Stimulus and Questions about Global Financial Governance

CFR’s Elizabeth Economy and Adam Segal write that Chinese leadership in resolving the financial crisis is likely to be constrained.