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July 27, 2005

China
Forget Unocal. China really wants Intel

At least that is what "John Rutledge, a former economic adviser to President Bush" thinks.  To maintain its competitive advantage, Chinese companies must acquire technology that will make the country…

November 21, 2005

Economics
Rogue Copper Trader?

Copper - according to Dan Gross -- is a good leading indicator of global economic activity.  It also is trading at close to a record high.  Other metals too. Last year, financial types used to joke…

May 5, 2008

China
Chinese state investment abroad: familiar or something new?

Henny Sender has an excellent account of China’s decision not to allow the China Development Bank (CDB) to invest in Citibank in January in Monday’s Financial Times. It follows on Richard McGregor…

December 7, 2007

Diplomacy and International Institutions
Africa-China-U.S. Trilateral Dialogue

This report provides insight into a most unique, if not unprecedented, trilateral process. In mid-2005, the Brenthurst Foundation in Johannesburg, South Africa, sent a letter to Liu Guijin, then C…

Africa-China-U.S. Trilateral Dialogue cover

October 19, 2009

Democracy
China 2025: Panel One: Challenges from Within: Emerging Domestic Trends

RANDALL SCHRIVER:  John Pomfret, well-known to many people in this audience, I'm sure, of The Washington Post is going to be our  moderator/integrator for this panel.  And I will turn it over to John…

October 19, 2009

Democracy
China 2025: Panel I: Challenges from Within: Emerging Domestic Trends

Watch experts discuss emerging domestic trends within China. This session was part of a CFR symposium, China 2025, which was cosponsored with the Project 2049 Institute.

February 17, 2010

Tibet
U.S.-China: Dalai Lama Drama

Tensions over the first visit of the Dalai Lama to the Obama White House indicate China’s mounting domestic concerns even as it exercises growing global clout, says Tibet expert Robert Barnett.

December 21, 2009

China
The Decade’s Top Ten Game-Changers in U.S.-China Relations

It’s the end of the year, and end of a decade, and we here at Asia Unbound are not immune to the easy lure of the “Top Ten” list. OK, it’s not the Top Ten “Accidental Celebrities” or “Cultural Momen…

January 26, 2010

China
Looking Back: Human Rights in 2009

Although it was buried amidst the past month’s news of the global financial crisis and Barack Obama’s struggles to maintain any political momentum, the global monitoring group Freedom House released …

October 22, 2010

China
Can Americans Think (Strategically)?

WINSTON LORD: So I think we'll get going. My name is Winston Lord. I'm delighted to be presiding at this session. Let's get the housekeeping out of the way at the beginning. This meeting actually is…