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China’s New Silk Road: Implications for the US

Shuaihua Wallace Cheng YaleGlobal, 28 May 2015
China’s responds to US pivot to Asia with One Belt, One Road – that could offer opportunity for the US
GENEVA : Successful launch of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and confrontations in the South China Sea have reignited debate over how the United States should deal with a rising China. The US has not yet offered an official response to China’s “One Belt, One Road” that marks an unprecedented shift of China’s economic diplomacy from a low-key approach to an ambitious China Circle. More >

India’s Modi Turns the Tables on China

Harsh V. Pant YaleGlobal, 26 May 2015
Modi demonstrates willingness to end border disputes, ease tensions and partner with China

China’s Factory Workers Are Becoming More Restive

Anita Chan YaleGlobal, 21 May 2015
Hong Kong activists influence migrant workers in nearby Guangdong to demand enforcement of China’s labor laws

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