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Skipping China, Obama Seeks to Reassure Asian Allies,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, April 21, 2014  

 

"China's Warren Buffett" Has Just Sold Off His China Assets,  Forbes.com, April 20, 2014  

 

China on the Edge,  Gatestone Institute, April 16, 2014  

 

Mysterious Suicides in China's Leadership,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, April 15, 2014  

 

China Property Collapse Has Begun,  Forbes.com, April 13, 2014  

 

India Goes to the Polls,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, April 7, 2014  

 

China "Mini-Stimulus" Is Maxi Mistake,  Forbes.com, April 6, 2014  

 

Taiwan Protests Engulfing Beijing,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, April 2, 2014  

 

China Officials Fibbed to Depositors to Stop Bank Runs,  Forbes.com, March 30, 2014  

 

China Courts South Korea,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, March 26, 2014  

 

Jim Rogers Wants to Put All His Money into This Country. Is It the Next China?  Forbes.com, March 23, 2014  

 

China Reform in Retreat,  World Money Analyst, March, 2014  

 

Appeasing China,  NationalInterest.org, March 19, 2014  

 

Michelle Obama's 'Non-Political' Trip to China,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, March 18, 2014  

 

China Can't Afford Its Military--That's Why We Should Really Worry,  Forbes.com, March 16, 2014  

 

Replace Failed Diplomacy with Sanctions on North Korea,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, March 11, 2014  

 

Whistling Past the Graveyard After China's 1st Ever Bond Default,  Forbes.com, March 9, 2014  

 

Beijing-Hong Kong Tensions Rise After Stabbing,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, March 4, 2014  

 

China and Russia: An Axis of Weak States,  World Affairs Journal, March/April, 2014  

 

China's Currency Plunges, Signaling Tumbling Economy,  Forbes.com, March 2, 2014  

 

The Ominous Meaning of North Korea's Missile Launches,  The Daily Beast, February 28, 2014  

 

Are Chinese-North Korean Ties Starting to Fray?  WorldAffairsJournal.org, February 26, 2014  

 

Call Sherlock Holmes: 500 Tons of Gold Goes Missing in China,  Forbes.com, February 23, 2014  

 

Japan's Gigantic Stockpile of Plutonium,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, February 19, 2014  

 

America's Failing China Paradigm,  NationalInterest.org, February 19, 2014  

 

The Chinese and Japanese Economies Are Delinking: Prelude to Conflict?  Forbes.com, February 16, 2014  

 

Putin, East Asia's New Power Broker,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, February 11, 2014  

 

Should We Put Granny in a Nursing Home . . . in China?  Forbes.com, February 9, 2014  

 

Asia's 1937 Syndrome,  NationalInterest.org, February 4, 2014  

 

Mao and Militarization at China's Spring Festival Gala,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, February 3, 2014  

 

Why Southwest Airlines Would Flop In China,  Forbes.com, February 2, 2014  

 

The Cycle of North Korean Provocations,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, January 30, 2014  

 

China's Central Bank And Holiday Cash Transfers,  Forbes.com, January 27, 2014  

 

China Halts Bank Cash Transfers,  Forbes.com, January 26, 2014  

 

Hanoi's Symbolic Pushback Against Chinese Expansionism,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, January 22, 2014  

 

Mega Default in China Scheduled for January 31,  Forbes.com, January 19, 2014  

 

Why Is China Blaming America for Its Flawed Dam Project?  WorldAffairsJournal.org, January 17, 2014  

 

Time to Buy into Asia's Worst Market?  World Money Analyst, January, 2014  

 

Is China Really The World's No. 1 Trader?  Forbes.com, January 12, 2014  

 

China's Water Crisis Made Worse by Policy Failures,  WorldAffairsJournal.org, January 8, 2014  

 

Your Best Investment in China in 2014,  Forbes.com, January 5, 2014  

 

North Korea's Monstrous Murder Methods,  The Daily Beast, January 5, 2014  

 

Snowden Lied About China Contacts,  The Daily Beast, January 3, 2014  

 

How China Is Behind the Nuclear Program of Iran--and Every Other Rogue State,  Tablet, January 3, 2014  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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