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U.S. media and politicians catch irrational China hysteria

Nina Hachigian (blog)

U.S. media and politicians catch irrational China hysteria

Worldfocus contributing blogger Nina Hachigian, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, argues that recent criticism of President Obama's China policy is both overwrought and inaccurate.

Posted: February 9, 2010 15:28   Comments: 2
Week in Review: China and the United States

Week In Review

Week in Review: China and the United States

David Andelman, editor of the World Policy Journal, and Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group, join us for our weekly roundtable to talk about relations between the United States and China. The two countries have been at odds over trade, Tibet, and Taiwan in recent days.

Posted: February 5, 2010 15:52   Comments: 6
‘Bootleg’ electric cars thrive in China’s second-tier cities

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‘Bootleg’ electric cars thrive in China’s second-tier cities

In China, we meet a modern-day Thomas Edison who helped give birth to the country's "knockoff" electric car industry. Chinese consumers in second-tier cities can't get enough of these small, cheap electric cars that require 6 hours of charging to go 75 miles -- at a maximum of 35 mph. Video journalist Jimmy Wang produced the video for TIME and the Asia Society.

Posted: February 3, 2010 17:14   Comments: 6
Obama and the World: China

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Obama and the World: China

In the final installment of our two-week-long series, "Obama and the World," we focus on China. Adam Segal, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and John Delury, associate director of the Center for U.S.-China Relations at the Asia Society, join Daljit Dhaliwal to discuss Sino-American relations and whether China will assume global supremacy.

Posted: January 28, 2010 17:05   Comments: 14
Competing with China’s rapidly growing economy

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Competing with China’s rapidly growing economy

While the focus of President Obama's State of the Union address last night was on jobs and economic recovery, Obama also said the U.S. can no longer afford to stand by -- as other economic powers become more competitive. To level the playing field more in favor of American goods, should the U.S. impose protectionist measures against China?

Posted: January 28, 2010 13:22   Comments: 70
What Obama won’t brag about in the State of the Union

Nina Hachigian (blog)

What Obama won’t brag about in the State of the Union

Worldfocus contributing blogger Nina Hachigian argues that while President Obama probably won't highlight it in his speech, he has revolutionized the U.S. approach to foreign policy by emphasizing our multipolar world.

Posted: January 27, 2010 14:56   Comments: 5
Worldfocus Radio: North Korea’s Economic Catastrophe

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Worldfocus Radio: North Korea’s Economic Catastrophe

Martin Savidge hosts Barbara Demick of the LA Times and Leon Sigal of the Northeast Asia Cooperative Security Project. They discuss North Korea's recent currency devaluation, how the state is closing underground markets, the grim economic reality for the North Korean people and the prospects of U.S. economic engagement with this rogue and isolated nation.

Posted: January 26, 2010 21:46   Comments: 3
Obama and the World: The Global Economy

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Obama and the World: The Global Economy

Marcus Mabry, international business editor of The New York Times, and John Authers, the investment editor for the Financial Times, join Daljit Dhaliwal to discuss the impact of U.S. economic policies overseas, the risk of inflation in China, the fate of Japan's economy and recovery in Europe.

Posted: January 26, 2010 16:58   Comments: 3
China and U.S. escalate spat over Google and web controls

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China and U.S. escalate spat over Google and web controls

Today the Chinese government criticized Hillary Clinton's call for China and other countries to stop censoring web content, including Google searches. Those restrictions have prompted Google to threaten to pull out of China. China's Foreign Ministry has urged the U.S. to "respect facts and stop using so-called freedom of the internet to make unjustified accusations."

Posted: January 22, 2010 13:51   Comments: 39
In global recession, China continues breakneck expansion

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In global recession, China continues breakneck expansion

China predicted that it would achieve over 8 percent growth this year, and the economic superpower says it has fulfilled its target. For more on the Chinese economy, Martin Savidge interviews Marcus Mabry of the New York Times. And Melissa Chan of Al Jazeera English reports from China.

Posted: January 21, 2010 15:59   Comments: 5

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