Posts Tagged: China
A Malian timber scandal points to a positive side of China's controversial growing presence in Africa.
A former U.S. trade negotiator criticizes U.S. trade policy.
The 2006 mid-term election sent a clear signal: Americans want out of Iraq. As the occupation drags on, 10 candidates for the U.S. Congress announce a plan to bring all the troops home.
Rising prices make African oil a tempting prize. But African leaders are resisting U.S. plans to militarize the continent, saying their resources should be used to alleviate poverty.
For years, the U.S. imposed authoritarian leaders and corporate-friendly policies on Latin American countries. Now they are setting their own path.
China can make a virtue out of necessity by transforming the epicenter of the earthquake into a model Green city.
Are China's relations with Sudan a reason for the international community to boycott the opening ceremonies of the Beijing Olympics? Eric Reeves and James Nolt take sides.
The international community should boycott the opening ceremonies of the Olympics to send a signal to China about its support of the Sudanese government, argues Eric Reeves.
Those protesting Beijing's hosting of the summer Olympics are simply stoking patriotic feelings within China, argues James Nolt.
A military threat to the United States? An economic powerhouse? More likely a Potemkin Village.