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In a useful step, US and Chinese scholars exchanged views of each other and of North Korea
At a time when the U.S.-China relationship seems to be drifting, this is an encouraging sign.
 
Mosul has been freed from IS terror — but has anybody noticed?
And crucially, the fight against the Islamic State is far from over.
 
Camelot and contemporary politics
A new book on John F. Kennedy illuminates both the man and the media.
 
Sun Zhengcai's removal may signal split from China succession norms
Chongqing party chief's fall reflects Xi administration's resolve in anti-graft drive
 
War markers missing in China stand-off
Diplomacy would provide the best solution, so long as doors to talks remain open. War never occurs overnight, it takes time and its indicators are easily visible and can be acted upon.
 
India's misperceptions have dangerous implications
Over a month ago, Indian troops crossed into China at the Sikkim section of the border between the two countries, instigating a standoff with Chinese troops. This is arguably the biggest crisis facing the two countries since the 1962 border war, since there is still no sign of the Indian troops ending their trespass into Chinese territory.
 
Tiny Bhutan should take the lead in the China-India dispute
As the row drags on and closer to large-scale conflict, it's time for the little kingdom to step in and calms things down.
 
They have stubbornly refused to codify their privileges, even after many other Commonwealth jurisdictions have already done so.
 
New finding: Foreign aggression didn't trigger China's decline
Instead of stirring up hatred of foreigners by talking continually about a century of humiliation, China should look deeply inside itself to find the problems with Chinese institutions, past and present.
 
The climate, icebergs and politics
Historically, Britain has been an Arctic leader, but now Russia is increasingly assertive there, with a vital stake. Others along with China and Russia seek the enormous natural resources involved.
 
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