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2014/07/20 11:33
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BEHIND CLOSED DOORSWhat it’s like to be interrogated by the Chinese secret police It can be grim to get on the wrong side of the Chinese government. Reuters/Jason Lee “I began to talk about...
2014/07/20 11:33
2014/07/20 11:33
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2014/07/18 21:43
2014/07/18 21:43
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In his Imagined Communities, the political scientist Benedict Anderson identifies four waves of nationalism. The first was the "creole" wars of liberation in North and South America, prompted by the...
2014/07/15 13:51
2014/07/15 13:51
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D.C. Council Pitches New White House Address: ’1600 D.C. Statehood Now Way’ (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo) The two blocks of Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest that pass by the White House would be...
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2014/07/13 15:18
2014/07/13 15:18
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China does not loan out its pandas to just anyone, so a deal in April for two of the bears to head to Copenhagen zoo raised some eyebrows in Scandinavia. Some commentators suggested that this was all...
2014/07/11 17:35
2014/07/11 17:35
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Alibaba’s Washington reception contrasts with the spotlight trained on other China-related issues in a town where a mere whiff of controversy can spawn congressional hearings, talk-show debates and...
2014/07/10 20:58
2014/07/10 20:58
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BEIJING -- U.S. leaders have accused China of hacking into American companies’ files, bullying U.S. allies in Asia and treating dissidents and ethnic minorities inhumanely. But pay little heed to the...
2014/07/10 19:39
2014/07/10 19:39
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During meetings in Beijing this week, Secretary of State John Kerry has been urging the communist nation to improve its abysmal human rights record. But back in Washington, activists and members of...
2014/07/10 04:45
2014/07/10 04:45
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ON GUARD. A paramilitary police officer stands guard on Tiananmen Square before a press conference on the eve of the 18th Communist Party of China (CPC) Congress in Beijing, China, 07 November 2012....
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2014/07/07 15:35
2014/07/07 15:35
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BRICS' critics were dealt a crippling blow recently when the group, which is often accused of being a talk shop, showed they are also very keen on reading. In an unusual move for an international...
2014/07/07 15:35
2014/07/07 15:35
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It is hardly surprising that the Chinese list omits the likes of Liu Xiaobo or Liao Yiwu (to name two of many), since their works remain banned in the People's Republic. Nevertheless, Chinese history...
2014/07/02 12:56
2014/07/02 12:56
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His arrest is of course also a disaster for Pu personally. Despite his robust appearance – he is often described as “brawny” – Pu, 49, suffers from diabetes. His lawyer, Zhang Sizhi, has reported that...
2014/06/30 19:05
2014/06/30 19:05
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Over the past week a remarkable exercise in self-government has been taking place in Hong Kong. If China’s rulers were more adept and less insecure, they would embrace the process. Instead they seem...
2014/06/28 12:33
2014/06/28 12:33
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... rage“Snowden Street” and other names people in China want to give the road outside the US embassy The street she's walking on could get a vengeful new name. Reuters/Jason Lee Internet users in...
2014/06/27 04:36
2014/06/27 04:36
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Share this page China has set up a number of drug rehabilitation centres across the country Media back President Xi Jinping's call to strictly control drug-related crimes in China. "Our country...
2014/06/26 10:27
2014/06/26 10:27
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A House panel has approved a proposal to rename the street that runs in front of the Chinese Embassy in Washington after an imprisoned dissident, drawing a sharp response from Beijing. On Monday, the...
2014/06/26 08:27
2014/06/26 08:27
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BEIJING – In prosecuting the country's political and social activists, an image-conscious Beijing is shifting its tactics. Rather than filing charges of inciting state subversion that amount to...
2014/06/25 16:33
2014/06/25 16:33
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China on Wednesday dismissed as a "farce" and a "smear" a vote by a United States panel of lawmakers to rename a Washington road in front of its embassy after imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu...
2014/06/25 09:43
2014/06/25 09:43
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... Imprisoned Chinese poet Liu Xiaobo was not allowed to attend the ceremony when he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2010, so the chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Thorbjoern Jagland,...
2014/06/24 17:19
2014/06/24 17:19
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2014/06/19 14:37
2014/06/19 14:37
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Age of Ambition is an extended cultural and political trawl through modern China, reflecting Osnos's eight years reporting on the country. It's a story, essentially, about people: the people swept up...
2014/07/20 11:33
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