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Covering American and international news for an online, global audience.

Our team of US-based journalists is most recently renowned for its Pulitzer Prize-winning revelations based on the disclosures made by whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Why China’s Sock Market Bubble Was Always Bound to Burst

Orville Schell
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The sudden collapse of the nation’s share boom left tens of millions of investors in shock. But a massive government intervention to prop up the market has laid bare the contradictions of a capitalist China.

China and Russia: The World's New Superpower Axis?

Emma Graham-Harrison, Alec Luhn, Shaun...
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Russia and China are the ever-presents, a powerful pairing whose interests coincide more often than not.

China Nears Completion of Controversial Airstrip in South China Sea

Oliver Holmes
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The runway is large enough for heavy military transport planes and fighters. It is only a third complete, showing that it has since been constructed at a rapid rate.

China's Military Must Help Xinjiang Modernize

Reuters
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China’ wants to bring “modern civilisation” to the southern areas of Xinjiang, where Muslim ethnic Uighurs are in a majority, and help develop its economy

State Department Stays Quiet About Exit from Chinese-Owned Waldorf Astoria

Mahita Gajanan
Guardian
UN general assembly will be held at different hotel for first time in decades.

China Cares Little for Other Countries’ Territorial Claims

Steve Tsang
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Beijing’s actions in building man-made islands in the South China Sea are motivated by a desire to impose its sovereignty.

China Warned Over ‘Insane’ Plans for New Nuclear Power Plants

Emma Graham-Harrison
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He Zuoxiu, a leading scientist, says China is not investing enough in safety controls after the Fukushima disaster in Japan.

Why Hong Kong is Clamping Down on Creative Writing

Madeleine Thien
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The decision to close City University’s MFA program is plainly intended to limit free expression.

China and South Korea Criticize Japanese Prime Minister’s Speech in US

Justin McCurry
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Shinzo Abe denounced for not repeating previous PMs’ apologies for Japan using sex slaves during second world war.

CCTV Shows Moment Aftershocks Hit Tibet after Nepal Earthquake

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The footage shows roads and buildings shaking violently in Gyirong county, which neighbours Nepal. 

US and EU Criticise Chinese Journalist’s Jailing for ‘Leaking State Secrets’

Tania Branigan
Guardian
Gao Yu vows to appeal her 7-yr sentence for allegedly leaking Document 9, revealing Party hostility to human rights.

TV Presenter Insults Mao at Private Dinner

Tania Branigan
Guardian
CCTV is investigating a top presenters after he was caught calling Mao a “son of a bitch” at a private dinner.

US Anger at Britain Joining Chinese-led Investment Bank AIIB

Nicholas Watt, Paul Lewis and Tania...
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U.S. statement says of U.K. membership that it is ‘worried about a trend of constant accommodation’ of China. 

China to Send 700 Combat Troops to South Sudan

David Smith
Guardian
Deployment marks shift in Africa policy and will be first Chinese infantry battalion to take part in a UN peacekeeping mission.

Pope Francis Denies Dalai Lama an Audience Because of China Concerns

Reuters
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The Dalai Lama, in Rome for a meeting of Nobel peace prize winners, told Italian media he had approached the Vatican about a meeting but was told it could create inconveniences.