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November 14, 2018

Vietnam
Making U.S.-Vietnam Ties a Model for a Free and Open Indo-Pacific

By adopting tougher regional strategic and economic measures with Vietnam, the Donald J. Trump administration could further convince Southeast Asian states to embrace the Free and Open Indo-Pacific c…

February 9, 2016

China
Where Are All the Women in China’s Anticorruption Campaign?

Rachel Brown is a research associate in Asia Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. A glance through ChinaFile’s recently released visualization of individuals investigated in China’s ongoing …

Lü Xiwen China Women Corruption Beijing

July 21, 2015

China
The Rising Anti-Intellectualism in China: Part II

In my last blog post, I examined the rise of anti-intellectualism in China from a historical perspective. As if to corroborate my argument, last week police in China’s Jiangxi province detained Wang …

Anti-Intellectualism II

December 10, 2008

Vietnam
Vietnam’s Economic Hiccups

Vietnam’s stock market has plunged and its economic growth has dwindled since 2006, when it was seen as a model for emerging country growth. The country’s experience highlights the problems confronti…

December 5, 2006

China
Modernizing the People’s Liberation Army of China

China is transforming its People’s Liberation Army into a leaner, modernized force, raising U.S. concerns over Beijing’s long-term military goals.

January 6, 2010

China
China Science Superpower, Redux

Following his excellent article on energy and innovation, Evan Osnos has a blog post on China as a science superpower.  While the post points to some of the markers many have seen as signs of China…

April 19, 2009

China
(Green) bamboo shoots?

Economists scouring the globe for highs of hope (or at least a slower rate of decline) have found a few green shoots in China. A smaller fall in the March import data. A faster y/y rise in indus…

(Green) bamboo shoots?