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Last Updated: July 7, 2016

China’s Money, China’s Blue Helmets for Africa

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It’s not just about raw materials anymore. China’s expanding influence in Africa poses risks to European interests, but it offers opportunities as well.

China’s New Love Affair With Dogs—As Pets, Not Food—Presents Environmental Problems

Irene Banos Ruiz
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A culture shift could have an effect on China’s CO2 emissions....

Protests Erupt After Hong Kong Bookseller Breaks Silence on China Detention

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Lam Wing-Kee has described how mainland authorities held him isolated for months. He said Hong Kong would become helpless if he “remained silent.”

China's Two-Child Policy Comes into Effect

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The Chinese government implemented the law after concerns related to the country's shrinking population and aging workforce...

Opinion: Gao Yu Verdict Sends Clear Message to Regime Critics in China

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Chinese journalist Gao Yu's seven year sentence again shows how Beijing authorities deal with critics of the regime...

Mongolia's ‘Rebalance’ Towards Russia and China

Gabriel Dominguez
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In a bid to boost its ailing economy, Mongolia is refocusing its foreign policy on its traditional partners Russia and China. But experts warn Ulan Bator runs the risk of becoming increasingly dependent.

China's Support of Latin America 'Doesn't Come for Free'

Víctor M. Mijares
Deutsche Welle
After the BRICS summit and a visit to Brazil, China's President Xi Jinping is embarking on a tour of Argentina, Venezuela and Cuba in a bid to boost ties and gain clout in the region...

China’s Anti-Graft Drive “A Testament of Xi’s Power”

Gabriel Domínguez
Deutsche Welle
Over 1,000 people have been marked as "naked officials" in China, suspected of funneling illicit gains to overseas relatives. Analyst Rebecca Liao says Beijing is resolved to block any escape route for corrupt officials...

China Corruption Probe Reflects Struggle

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Analysts argue the investigation, which involves four other top executives of state-owned enterprises, is an attempt by Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang to assert their authority over powerful S.O.E.’s.