Asia

Rohingya: The Most Persecuted People in the World?

January 29, 2016 by Bill Schulz
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It is naïve to assume that Buddhists are any less inclined to stray from the more benevolent teachings of their faith than practitioners of other religions.

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A Chinese Ministry of Love?

January 13, 2016 by Adam Knight
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A proposed “social credit system” indicates the Chinese government is moving to leverage big data analytics to a level unmatched by any other nation.

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Challenges and Opportunities for Chinese Investment in the U.S.

December 21, 2015 by Joel Backaler
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Chinese companies have a wealth of opportunity to invest in the US, but, their management approach must adapt in order to realize their grand overseas ambitions.

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Why Was China’s Response to U.S. South China Sea Patrols So Mild?

December 19, 2015 by Andrew Chubb
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When China’s party-state wishes to resist popular nationalist calls for a potentially disastrous confrontation over disputed offshore claims, it probably has the tacit support of a “silent majority.

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