Change of direction at Asian Development Bank?
Could the Asian Development Bank be heading in a new direction under the prospective new leadership of Takehiko Nakao?
China's BO Xilai affair
The BO Xilai affair is China's biggest scandal since Tiananmen Square. But our Paris-based China watcher, Frederic Langer, argues that the West cannot wash its hands of BO's judiciary troubles.
From China bashing to China embrace
With electioneering "China bashing" now on the back-burner, the US/China economic relationship will become an increasingly important driver of US economic growth.
China's international students
China and other Asian countries lead the world in sending their youth overseas to study. But too many do not return home. Some democracy and freedom would help China here.
Doing business with China without selling our soul
We should be doing business with China without selling our soul, argues Michael Bloomfield from Harmony Foundation of Canada.
Pros and cons of shale gas for China
Shale gas in China could become a game changer. Asit Biswas, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, and Julian Kirchherr explore the pros and cons.
From Outsourcing to Insourcing
As some US companies start insourcing or onshoring production back home, could Asia lose one of its motors of growth?
US-China Strategic Distrust
US Senate confirmation hearings for President Obama's foreign policy and security team will focus on Middle East issues, not on the "main game" of China, unfortunately.
China's disappearing cheap labor
For the past three decades, the Chinese economy has relied on a vast supply of cheap labor, moving from the rural country to the industralizing cities. All the signs point to this is coming to an end
Will China run out of water by 2030?
China needs a coordinated policy approach to manage water, energy and economic development, according to Asit Biswas, founder of Third World Centre for Water Management, and Julian Kirchherr.
China's investment in the West
Foreign direct investment coming from China is making waves in countries like Australia, Canada and the United States. Is it really a problem?
Farewell to Chinese Triumphalism!
When financial crisis struck the US in 2008, there was no-one more triumphalist than a Chinese Communist Party official. Today, the tide is turning, as it invariably does.
New structural economics and development
China's Justin Yifu Lin is development economics' leading contemporary thinker. His “new structural economics” provides an excellent framework for rethinking economic development.
China's productivity deficit
Even after more than three decades of stellar growth, China's productivity is only 13 per cent that of the US. Why? And how can China make up the lost ground?
BRICS, still an acronym, not yet a reality
Emanuele Schibotto provides us with an insightful and critical perspective on the concept of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa).
China's lack of global leadership
China seems neither willing nor able to exert global economic leadership according to Tsinghua University's David Li.
Canadian business advances into China
China is a notoriously difficult place for doing business. But Canadian business is advancing nicely into China, according to a report by the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada.
Can Australia compete with China?
Can Australia and other Western countries compete with China in the Asian Century?
China -- rotten at the top
The revelations of the ill-gotten wealth of Wen Jiaobao's family is just the latest evidence that China is rotten at the top -- including at the top of China's new leadership. What does it mean?
China's elites and development
Over three decades ago, China's Communist Party elite saw it in its interest to adopt pro-development policies. But now elites are challenged by the consequences of their own strategy.
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