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Our spirit stronger than Chinese soldiers: Tibet PM (CNN-IBNLive)

Speaking to Karan Thapar on this week’s Devil’s Advocate, the new Prime Minister of the Tibetan government in exile Lobsang Sangay talks about the Tibetan struggle against China and discusses the international community’s need to take a moral stand on Tibet, even if it means compromising economic interests with China. Advertisements

How big a gamble will China take on Europe? (Reuters)

By Scott Boyd The views expressed are his own. As news broke this month suggesting it was more likely than ever that Greece was headed for default, China extended an offer of assistance that beleaguered European governments may find difficult to refuse. Premier Wen Jiabao announced that China was willing to increase its holdings of … Continue reading

Secret Cables Sketch Oddities of U.S.-China Relations (The New York Times)

BEIJING — This capital city’s skies were clogged with pollution, as is often the case, and China’s government was concerned. So it summoned officials of the American embassy here to a meeting. But the session had nothing to do with hazy skies. Rather, Chinese officials were peeved that the Americans were monitoring pollution themselves, and … Continue reading

Aquino Signs China Trade Deal as Philippines Plays Down Dispute (Bloomberg News)

By Bloomberg News Aug. 31 (Bloomberg) — Philippine President Benigno Aquino and Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao signed an agreement targeting $60 billion in trade and investment as the Philippines played down a dispute over the South China Sea. Aquino told Hu the conflict over oil and gas in the contested waters “requires a regional solution,” … Continue reading

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