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September 20, 2006

International Law
Human Rights and the Rule of Law in China

Prepared Testimony before the Congressional-Executive Commission on ChinaSenator Hagel and Other Distinguished Members of this Commission,All of us who focus on China’s progress, problems and prospec…

January 8, 2007

China
Zhou v. Spence (and all the steps Zhou is taking to manage China’s surging surplus)

Spence:Casual conversation and commentary lead most Americans to think that this accumulation of reserves corresponds to a large trade surplus in China, achieved by holding the value of their currenc…

May 13, 2007

China
When will China’s government start begging Chinese savers to move some of their money abroad …

There is still a perception – though it is perhaps less widespread than it used to be – that Chinese savers are desperate to get their money out of China, if given half a chance.   That perception sh…

December 4, 2003

China
China Expert Says Taiwan Issue Raising Problems in U.S.-China Relations

Elizabeth C. Economy, the C.V. Starr senior fellow and director of Asia studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, says that when President Bush and China’s new prime minister, Wen Jiabao, meet nex…

February 25, 2010

Asia
U.S. and Regional Experts Outline Ways to Build Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia

Northeast Asia’s security environment constitutes a formidable foreign policy challenge for the United States. Issues such as the frozen war on the Korean peninsula, China’s expanding military prowes…

June 14, 2011

Regional Organizations
The SCO at 10: Growing, but Not into a Giant

Toys depicting troops of different nations are seen on a plan for the "Peace Mission 2010" exercises at the Matybulak military range in southern Kazakhstan (Shamil Zhumatov/ Courtesy Reuters). The I…

The SCO at 10: Growing, but Not into a Giant

June 2, 2009

China
Prospects for Political Change in China

Reflecting on the twentieth anniversary of the Chinese government crackdown on pro-reform protests in Tiananmen Square, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof says China is likely to evolve toward…

January 27, 2011

China
China’s Human Rights Puzzle

Despite urging from President Obama and rising discontent at home, President Hu is only nodding to human rights, says CFR’s Jerome A. Cohen, but if China’s domestic pressure becomes strong enough,…

December 14, 2009

China
The China Divide

Last week at a dinner in Washington, D.C. with a number of China experts, retired U.S. government officials and businesspeople, the table largely concluded that we should be “cautiously optimistic” a…

January 8, 2003

United States
The Tiananmen Papers - Foreign Affairs

For Further Information: James F. Hoge, Jr., Editor (212) 434- 9504 (Office) or (212) 396-0005 (Friday night, January 5, and Sunday night, January 6) (860) 868-9234 (Saturday and Sunday, January 6-…