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'Very Uncool' in China: Will Starbucks Become Mundane?  Forbes.com, May 29, 2016  

 

American Hopes to Return to Prison Camp in North Korea,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, May 25, 2016  

 

China's Coming Demographic Crash,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, May 23, 2016  

 

China Credit Squeeze, Defaults Are Signs of Coming Crisis,  Forbes.com, May 22, 2016  

 

China's Coming Revolution,  NationalInterest.org, May 21, 2016  

 

Kim Jong Un Would Eat Trump's Lunch--and Beijing Would Laugh,  The Daily Beast, May 19, 2016  

 

Apple's Worst Decision in China: Taking $1 Billion Stake in DiDi,  Forbes.com, May 15, 2016  

 

Kim Announces Vague Five-Year Economic Vitalization Plan,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, May 13, 2016  

 

Is There a Secret Deal to End the Korean War?  The Daily Beast, May 11, 2016  

 

China's Economy Is Past the Point of No Return,  NationalInterest.org, May 10, 2016  

 

Did China Just Steal $360 Billion from America?  Forbes.com, May 8, 2016  

 

No Weddings, Funerals in North Korea So Kim Jong Un Can 'Party,'  The Daily Beast, May 5, 2016  

 

Great Power Confrontation in the South China Sea,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, May 4, 2016  

 

Malicious: China Unplugs Apple and Disney,  Forbes.com, May 1, 2016  

 

China's 'Triple Bubble' Economy Poised to Burst,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, April 26, 2016  

 

China's Political Turmoil Worsening, Affecting The Economy,  Forbes.com, April 24, 2016  

 

South Korea, US Can't Wait for Beijing to Approve Missile Defense,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, April 19, 2016  

 

China's Caesar,  The Weekly Standard, April 18, 2016  

 

China Credit Growing Four Times Faster Than GDP,  Forbes.com, April 17, 2016  

 

China Takes Custody of Taiwan Nationals in Kenya,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, April 14, 2016  

 

Defections Rock North Korea,  The Daily Beast, April 12, 2016  

 

Is China Counting Yuan as Forex?  Forbes.com, April 10, 2016  

 

Did Trigger-Happy North Korea Take a Shot at China?  WorldAffairsJournal.org, April 5, 2016  

 

More Ammo for Trump: China to Seize Foreign Tech,  Forbes.com, April 3, 2016  

 

China's Show of Force in Indonesian Waters,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, April 1, 2016  

 

Thunder in the East,  Literary Review of Canada, April 2016  

 

India Wants To Make Everything You Buy,  Forbes.com, March 27, 2016  

 

North Koreans Just Threatened to Nuke D.C.--And They Can Actually Do It,  The Daily Beast, March 27, 2016  

 

China's 2016 Military Budget Up Only 7.6%,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, March 22, 2016  

 

North Korea's Next Missile Test Could Kill,  The Daily Beast, March 22, 2016  

 

China Hongqiao Is Devouring the Global Aluminum Industry,  Forbes.com, March 20, 2016  

 

Missile Defense in the Era of Kim Jong Un,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, March 15, 2016  

 

Can Shanghai Disneyland Survive China's Downturn?  Forbes.com, March 13, 2016  

 

What Beijing Gains By Threatening Taiwan Now,  NationalInterest.org, March 11, 2016  

 

China's Capacity to Project Power Is Going Global,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, March 9, 2016  

 

North Korea May Be Committing Suicide, But Who Will Kim Take With Him?  The Daily Beast, March 8, 2016  

 

China Sets 'Iron Bottom' Growth Target for 2016,  Forbes.com, March 6, 2016  

 

U.S. Sends Carriers to China's Crimea,  The Daily Beast, March 3, 2016  

 

As Trade Tumbles, China and Russia Inaugurate New Rail Line,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, March 1, 2016  

 

China Ran a $36 Billion Trade Deficit in 2015 Says Peking U Prof,  Forbes.com, February 28, 2016  

 

Obama Administration's Secret Overture to North Korea,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, February 22, 2016  

 

China's Last Chance: The G-20 in Shanghai,  Forbes.com, February 21, 2016  

 

Could a Missile Defense Plan Turn China on North Korea?  WorldAffairsJournal.org, February 19, 2016  

 

Pyongyang's Never-Ending Purges,  The National Interest, March/April 2016  

 

With Surface-to-Air Missiles, China Militarizes the South China Sea,  The Daily Beast, February 17, 2016  

 

Will Kim Jong Un Go to War?  The Daily Beast, February 17, 2016  

 

Obama Staking Asia Policy on ASEAN Sunnylands Summit,  Forbes.com, February 14, 2016  

 

North Korea's Generals Could Turn Against Kim Jong Un,  The Daily Beast, February 11, 2016  

 

China Communist Party Elder Speaks Out Against Censorship,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, February 10, 2016  

 

North Korean Nuke-Capable Missile Could Hit U.S. and Be Sold to Iran,  The Daily Beast, February 8, 2016  

 

China's Forex Reserves May Already Be Below IMF Safety Line,  Forbes.com, February 7, 2016  

 

Where Is China's Central Bank Chief?  WorldAffairsJournal.org, February 3, 2016  

 

Will North Korea's Next Missile Test Wake John Kerry Up?  The Daily Beast, February 1, 2016  

 

China and Japan: The World's New Currency Sinkhole,  Forbes.com, January 31, 2016  

 

China-Iran Upgrade Their 'Comprehensive Strategic Relationship,'  WorldAffairsJournal.org, January 27, 2016  

 

China's Economy Slides, Stocks Tumble, Capital Takes Flight,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, January 25, 2016  

 

Expect New China Capital Controls: 2015 Outflow Hit $911 Billion,  Forbes.com, January 24, 2016  

 

The Keys to Iran's Missiles are in China and North Korea,  The Daily Beast, January 19, 2016  

 

China's Economy Grew About 1% in 2015,  Forbes.com, January 17, 2016  

 

Add Taiwan to the List of China's Big Problems,  The Daily Beast, January 15, 2016  

 

Will South Korea Rethink Its Nuke Policy?  WorldAffairsJournal.org, January 12, 2016  

 

How China Could Crash the Global Economy,  The Daily Beast, January 11, 2016  

 

What Will Replace China's 'Insane' Circuit Breaker?  Forbes.com, January 10, 2016  

 

Have Chinese Agents Abducted Hong Kong Publisher, Book Sellers?  WorldAffairsJournal.org, January 6, 2016  

 

North Korea: We Tested an 'H-Bomb,'  The Daily Beast, January 6, 2016  

 

China's First Hostile Takeover Battle Ushers in New Era,  Forbes.com, January 3, 2016  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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