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    South Asia Thankfully Left Out of U.S.-China Joint Statement

    Compared to the U.S.–China joint statement in 2009, this year’s joint statement issued at the summit between Presidents Barack Obama and Hu Jintao contains no mention of improving U.S.–China “communication, dialogue, and cooperation on issues related to South Asia.” India objected strenuously to the language in the 2009 joint statement, … More

    G-20 Summit a Perfect Opportunity to Stand for Freedom

    Liu Xiaobo, a primary author of the Charter 08 document calling for better human rights and democracy in China, has just won the Nobel Peace Prize. At the G-20 Summit this November in South Korea, President Obama, last year’s Nobel Peace Prize winner, will meet with President Hu Jintao, the … More

    Discovering China’s State-Led Economy, Years Late

    The front page of The New York Times yesterday featured a very long story on the state displacing the market within the Chinese economy. Hats off to the Times for getting it right, but they’re late. Very late. In fall 2002, a new Chinese government, led by current President Hu … More

    China and the Nuclear Summit

    While Chinese President Hu Jintao’s decision to attend the Nuclear Security Summit is being hailed as a sign of improving Sino-US relations, President Hu’s speech at the summit suggests that rough times still lie ahead. In his speech at the summit, President Hu apparently focused on the importance of honoring … More