Rudd returns, preaching third way on China

Originally published by The Australian, 09 Nov 2010 By Michael Sainsbury, China correspondent THE

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After One Year, Dui Hua Uncovers 700 Executions in China

   Originally published by Duihua.hk   Statistics on capital punishment in China are considered state

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Activists call for David Cameron to press Beijing over human rights record

Campaigners urge prime minister to take firm stand to support freedom of speech in

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China builds a ‘new Silk Road’ to pave over its troubles

The restive Urumqi area of western China is being cemented to Beijing by a

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Turkey, China eye cooperation in trade, Uighur problem

Originally published by Today’s Zaman,07 November 2010, SundayBy MAHİR ZEYNALOV  İSTANBUL Continue Reading →

China Communists Say Nobel Peace Prize `Political Tool’ After Liu’s Award

Originally published by By Bloomberg News – Nov 5, 2010 China’s flagship Communist Party

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Cambodia to borrow $591m from Chinese banks

Originally published by The Financial Times, 04 Nov 2010 By Jamil Anderlini in Beijing

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Mandarin education plan riles Tibetans

Originally published by Asia Times, 04 Nov 2010 By Saransh Sehgal DHARAMSALA, India –

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