Minxin Pei The Indian Express Group
Monday 16 December '13Tactically, China’s recent moves vis-a-vis Japan are brilliant. Strategically, Beijing has lost more.
Monday 11 November '13But the US is underwhelmed by his call for a new great power relationship
Saturday19 October '13Xi Jinping retrieves an obsolete prescription for a much changed party.
Sunday6 October '13A chill descends on China’s social media
Saturday14 September '13G-20 places no obligations on economic, political fronts, lets Beijing’s leadership look good on a global stage
Thursday22 August '13His real crime: threatening the security of colleagues in China’s Communist Party.
Thursday25 July '13China's government may be in denial about the credit crisis
Monday1 July '13The drama underlines the absence of strategic trust between China and the US
Wednesday5 June '13Their informal summit will test whether US and China can cooperate without strategic trust
Saturday11 May '13China’s strategy of offensive deterrence may have been behind the Ladakh stand-off
Friday3 May '13China's investment binge of 2009-10 is dragging down its economy
Friday5 April '13He needs to show Obama he is more in favour of building trust, less prone to strategic paranoia
Friday15 March '13Why the government reorganisation package is a disappointment
Wednesday6 March '13As China and the US spar in cyberspace, they must set minimum rules of engagement
Wednesday13 February '13Environmental protection could unify a society tiring of both autocracy and toxic air
Tuesday29 January '13Can Xi’s high-profile anti-corruption campaign really dent China’s kleptocracy?
Friday11 January '13China is finding out that a repressive regime is most at risk when it tries to reform
Tuesday18 December '12A month later, China’s new leader courts a new image while avoiding political change
Wednesday28 November '12Can China avoid the pitfalls of leadership change in an authoritarian regime?
Tuesday6 November '12Not because they love him. They fear the idea of a Romney administration
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