REUTERS/Feng Li/Pool - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attends a news conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing September 5, 2012.


A Closer Look at Hillary Clinton’s Approach to China

July 28, 2014, Michael E. O'Hanlon

Michael O'Hanlon argues Hillary Clinton's greatest legacy as Secretary of State was her views toward China. While he wishes Clinton would drop the term "pivot," he believes her clarity of thinking on the issue would bode well for handling Beijing as president.

  • Interview | Yonhap News Agency

    July 14, 2014, Katharine H.S. Moon

  • Interview | Radio Television Hong Kong

    China Shifts from North to South Korea

    July 24, 2014, Jonathan D. Pollack

  • In the News

    Staying quiet [about a movie that mocks Kim Jong Un] would be an act of cowardice and defeat – that ‘violating’ the sacredness of the Kim family and the leadership of the North Korean people is OK. That is not an option for [the Kim regime].

    July 23, 2014, Katharine H.S. Moon, Voice of America
  • In the News

    [Kim Jong Un] is so tightly guarded. But the more practical concern is the debasement of Kim's standing and legitimacy. His youth, lack of experience, lack of secure contacts and friendships with foreign leaders put him in a precarious position. He has to earn the respect and trust of the older military and Korean Worker’s Party leaders.

    July 23, 2014, Katharine H.S. Moon, Voice of America
  • In the News

    The Chinese have let anti-Kim and anti-North Korea expressions run free in China's cyberworld and to a lesser degree in print news. North Korea has recently lambasted China publicly, partly for the unofficial oil embargo and partly for dissing it by cozying it up with South Korean president Park Geun-hye. There's mutual distrust and frustration, if not hostility, between China and North Korea.

    July 23, 2014, Katharine H.S. Moon, Voice of America
  • In the News

    Kim Jong Il got plenty of buffoonery thrown at him – the hair, the shoes, the movies, the women, the weight. But he was the immediate heir to the 'Great Leader,' and he had decades to build up experience and political support. Kim [Jong Un] shows no sense of humor, no ease.

    July 23, 2014, Katharine H.S. Moon, Voice of America
  • Blog Post

    Wichita Looks to China for Aviation Trade Boost

    July 21, 2014, Owen Washburn and Amy Liu | comments

  • Opinion | Mint

    July 21, 2014, Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu

  • Article | China Leadership Monitor

    Xi Jinping’s Inner Circle: Friends from Xi’s Formative Years

    July 18, 2014, Cheng Li

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