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Should Chinese Leaders Learn to Speak Up More?

March 27th, 2009 10 comments

I think Chinese leaders are among the tamest leaders in the world.

Despite being called “butchers of Beijing” (or much worse),  constantly being maligned by a maniacal Western press, and even having one of its own be the target of a shoe throwing protester, leaders from the CCP continue to consistently keep up their cordial and composed demeanor. Read more…

The Next U.S. Administration and the Future of US-China Relationship

September 15th, 2008 62 comments

Several bloggers here have asked that we start a discussion regarding which of the U.S. presidential candidates might be better for China – or at least, better for a solid U.S.-China relationship.  Read more…