Dollar to Be ‘Discarded’ by World: China Rating Agency

China says debt financing unlikely ‘to save’ US, EU

Woman facing prison, sterilization over 1-child policy in China

China Joins Russia in Blasting U.S. Borrowing After Debt Ceiling Agreement

China Takes New Steps Against House Churches

China blames Muslim extremists for attack in Xinjiang

China’s Soaring “Clean” Energy Sector Dwarfed by Coal Increases

89 Kids Saved From China One-Child Policy Trafficking Ring

Why is biggest U.S. creditor getting U.S. grants?

“China calls Vatican ‘unreasonable’ in bishop spat”

China to ordain 7 more illicit Catholic bishops

House Amdt Supports China Forced Abortion Opponent Chen Guangcheng

Canadian judge: Chinese fugitive is not a refugee

Report: China building electromagnetic pulse weapons for use against U.S. carriers

Entire Apple stores being faked in China

Catholic Bishop Robert W. Finn: Will China Buy Our Silence About Persecution of Catholics?

Obama meets Dalai Lama amid tense relationship with China

China Urges U.S. to Take Responsible Action on Debt

China ordains third illicit Catholic bishop in eight months

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China worried about U.S. economy

Chinese officials kidnap bishops of Guangdong to force them to take part in illicit Shantou ordination

China Defends Its Religious Liberty Record In Tibet

China says it is drawing up human rights plan

China warns U.S. officials not to meet Dalai Lama

Week 13: China arrests 19 more Christians

US lawmakers to rally behind Dalai Lama

Jiang Zemin death rumours spark China web crackdown

Campaign Lobbies China for Forced Abortion Opponent Chen Guangcheng

Liu Junning: The Ancient Roots of Chinese Liberalism

    Liu Junning at WSJ.com: China has indeed made great strides since 1978′s “Reform and Opening” in alleviating poverty, opening up to the world, and making slow steps down the road of legal reform. Yet on closer inspection, the most significant transformations from the perspective of boosting prosperity have involved loosening of control over the people, not some alchemy of power and Marxism.


  • Posted: 07/06/2011
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