US forces CHINA ahead of its first Security Diplomatic Dialogue

The United States continues to put pressure on China before engaging in dialogue, including pressure on the DPRK, the South China Sea, East China Sea, and Taiwan. This is closely related to the regional security situation. On June 15, the State Department announced that the new Sino-US diplomatic dialogue would be held in Washington, USA […]

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Explore Our International Master of Environmental Policy

iMEP is an International Master of Environmental Policy degree, co-conveyed by the Sanford School of Public Policy and the Nicholas School of the Environment here at Duke University. In the degree program students spend three semesters at Duke Kunshan University outside of Greater Shanghai and one semester here in Durham, North Carolina. My hometown is […]

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Hong Kong’s anti-government protests again turn violent

JUDY WOODRUFF: Anti-government protests in Hong Kong erupted into chaos today, leaving two people critically injured. One protester was shot at close range by police. Elsewhere, a pro-China supporter was doused in flammable liquid and set on fire. Hong Kong’s leader vowed to spare no effort to bring an end to the violent demonstrations that […]

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UKTI: Doing business in China – Dealing with Government Part 2

ROLF CREMER: China is not a democracy, it is a one party state. The government holds the ultimate power. The future stability of China is one of the main assets of this country in continuing to attract foreign direct investment. FRASER WHITE: It is not quite an even relationship. When we enforce our contract, you […]

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Third Canadian detained in China amid diplomatic tensions

Canada’s foreign ministry says a third Canadian national has been detained in China the move threatens to escalate an already tense diplomatic feud between the two nations which came after the arrest of a Chinese executive in Canada earlier this month since then two Canadians have been detained in China but Ottawa officials say they […]

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How the One Child Policy Improved Women’s Status in China

On January 1st 2016, China put an end to its 36-year-long One-Child Policy, and implemented its so-called Two-Child Policy. It has now been over a year, and many Chinese media and netizens are looking back at what has changed since the end of the One-Child Policy, and how it has affected the situation of women […]

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How Trump’s unconventional diplomacy will affect the G-20

JUDY WOODRUFF: As we reported earlier, President Trump will take part in the G20 summit of the world’s largest economies beginning tomorrow in Buenos Aires. As Nick Schifrin reports from the summit’s site, a meeting that is supposed to produce a global guide for how countries can work together is instead exposing global division. NICK […]

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If You Don’t Know, Now You Know: Russia & China | The Daily Show

Russia. For decades, the Soviet superpower has been America’s number one rival. There was the Cuban Missile Crisis, meddling in the 2016 elections, and on Twitter, they challenged Tom Cruise to an MMA fight, and nobody can figure out why. And just when we thought Russia’s antics couldn’t get any crazier, a few days ago, […]

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